Meaning of searingly in English:

searingly

adverb

See searing

‘And Skinner's autobiography was searingly open.’
  • ‘Released in 1981, as riots raged on Britain's streets, Ghost Town was one of the most searingly eloquent protest songs ever written.’
  • ‘But it was she and her sisters who prompted their mother to be so searingly honest about John Thaw, she tells Margarette Driscoll’
  • ‘On the nose, it has strong, fragrant aromas of gooseberry and lime, supported by searingly fresh acidity on the palate.’
  • ‘The sound of an ocean amid the searingly dry heat of the Sahara - it could only be Mauritania.’