- n cooking by direct exposure to radiant heat (as over a fire or under a grill)
- v cook under a broiler
- v heat by a natural force
- v be very hot, due to hot weather or exposure to the sun
The town was broiling in the sun
- Thirty truckloads of cadets in battle fatigues swarmed over the grounds and made guests lie down in the broiling sun.
- If the discovery here on Earth of tough little organisms living miles below ground, frozen in polar ice and hanging on in the broiling waters of deep-sea vents indicates anything .
- In broiling horse fillets, spread some butter over the meat because it is lacking in fat.
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- Homeschooling and Charter Schools Growing, Give Families Options
Our education system is broiling with two major, conflicting trends: Centralization and school choice. The most rapidly growing trend is the explosion of growth over the past decade of enrollment in charter schools and homeschooling.
June 13, 2013 - The Christian Post
- Lottie Dod in guardian.co.uk
Lottie Dod, the Englishwoman who was one of the first to encourage a more vigorous approach to the game by women, recalled the days when a lady might step on to a lawn "to play a single on a broiling June morning, dressed in black velvet with long...
- Nicholas Kristof in Terre Haute Tribune Star
As New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof noted in 2002 after a visit to Pakistan, "talk to Third World factory workers and the whole idea of 'sweatshops' seems a misnomer. It is farmers and brick-makers who really sweat under the broiling sun,...
- Gianluigi Buffon in Times of India
This stadium really gets broiling, even in cup play. I foresee an even match with a lot of physical battles,Buffon, now with Juventus, said ahead of Tuesday's World Cup semifinals.