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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblazingblaz‧ing /ˈbleɪzɪŋ/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 1 DNHOTextremely hot 🔊 a blazing August afternoon2 EMOTIONALfull of strong emotions, especially anger 🔊 He jumped to his feet in a blazing fury.blazing row (=very angry argument)
Examples from the Corpus
blazingThe heat from the blazing car could be felt several metres away.They sat on the sofa in front of a blazing fire.Tiny figures in the distance, silhouetted against the flames, rushed about trying to extinguish the blazing hangars.Soon after lunch, as they sheltered from the blazing heat, Julie stretched out on a towel and blanket.The blazing lights of the casino shone out across the bay.At twilight, the blazing orange sunset turned into a muted pink.These mighty creatures made their lairs beneath the blazing peaks of the Dragon Spine Mountains.the blazing reds and oranges of the flowersCharles summoned Adeane, they had yet another blazing row, and Adeane returned to the more predictable workings of the Bar.We stood for hours in the blazing sun.The lightning was the forked kind and it branched suddenly like a firework and yet like the limb of a blazing tree.The blazing wreckage crashed into wild, inaccessible countryside only eight miles from the airport.blazing rowYou know how it is: one minute you're talking, the next there's a blazing row.Charles summoned Adeane, they had yet another blazing row, and Adeane returned to the more predictable workings of the Bar.