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Synonyms for blistering

Synonyms for blistering

the formation of vesicles in or beneath the skin

hot enough to raise (or as if to raise) blisters

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very fast

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This blisteringly good new release crackles with musical excitement.
for all the new blisteringly honest and emotional modern rock vibes coming from CHR and Hot AC stations around the U.
He's a wide right player, he's blisteringly quick and he's got a fair bit of ability.
The acceleration through the seven-speed S tronic automatic transmission is blisteringly fast and beautifully smooth with a constant supply of power on tap thanks to the mighty 4.
Rajiv Biswas, from IHS Global insight, said the days of China's blisteringly fast growth look to be over as it moves from a low-income country to a middle-income one.
They both have poetic voices that are both unmistakably feminine and blisteringly honest.
Four entwined stories involving ordinary people take place over the course of one blisteringly hot summer's night, in which nerves are frayed and tensions run high.
Last month's Gallinule Stakes winner is a son of Danehill Dancer and out of Galileo's 7f-1m winning daughter Starship, a half-sister to blisteringly fast filly Superstar Leo.
RIDGE RACER 3D: A very traditional racer which is blisteringly quick, very responsive and works well with the 3D.
Blisteringly quick, he puts himself in tremendous positions but then has a rush of blood, more often than not choosing the wrong option.
It may not be so blisteringly fast as the two-door Veyron but it has the added practicality of two full-sized rear seats plus the gorgeous silhouette of a classic grand tourer.
It results in blisteringly quick acceleration - especially for a big car - of 0 to 60 in 5.
POWER: The Infinity FX50S has blisteringly quick acceleration for a big car
For those who like their four-door executive saloon not only comfortable and luxurious but blisteringly fast, Audi is bringing the A6's racing version, the Audi RS 6, into the market at the same time.
He plays countermelodies with himself between the extremes of the tenor's range; and he is ever alert to tone, even in the middle of blisteringly fast passages.