searingly


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searingly

(ˈsɪərɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a searing manner
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Darren McGarvey's searingly honest book about deprivation in Scotland took Britain by storm when it was published in 2017.
These include the deadly slowburn of an abusive relationship, which is searingly depicted.
Searingly honest, selfdeprecating, amusing and great fun to be around.
The Spanish capital was being taken over by a sea of English supporters on a searingly hot weekend before the 9:00 pm kickoff in the Metropolitano Stadium.
Short, sharp sentences - searingly direct and 'no prisoners taken'.
Her words and Richard Swingler's images give a searingly frank account of life in the community as they speak to so many about their lives there.
During the 15 years in which he has lived in the UK, Reginald's searingly honest material has garnered him a popular fanbase that spans the generations.
KYLE Edmund celebrated one of the best victories of his career after coming from two sets to one down to defeat Nikoloz Basilashvili in searingly hot conditions at the Australian Open.
But, the moment that most searingly galvanized viewers into empathetic realization of the urgent need for shared action against predatory exploitation and other industry sins of commission and omission was Oprah Winfrey's acceptance speech as this year's Cecil B.
The new drama is described as 'a searingly insightful and funny exploration of the relationships of a multigenerational family' and also stars Steve Mackintosh, Zawe Ashton and Royce Pierreson in the six-part series.
It promises to be funny, emotional and, says Gok, searingly honest.
"The conditions were slightly less hot than we thought they were going to be because we were here on Friday for the captain's run and it was searingly hot," Ireland coach Schmidt added.