scalding

(redirected from scaldingly)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal.

scald·ing

(skawld'ing),
A burning pain on urinating.

scald·ing

(skawld'ing)
In medical terms, burning pain experienced during urinating.

scalding

plunging of pig or poultry carcasses into very hot water to facilitate scraping and dehairing and plucking. Chicken scalding water is 130°F for broilers (larger birds higher) applied for 1 to 2 minutes. Modern pig abattoirs use steam at 144 to 147°F for about 3 minutes. This avoids overheating the carcasses.
References in periodicals archive ?
If you're going somewhere with strict cultural mores, it's important to remember to include some light clothes you can cover up in to visit sights, especially handy if it's scaldingly hot too.
Within the same hour of the morning he relented because he was too scaldingly thirsty, too inwardly parched, to hold out any longer.
Nobody is hungry, so we go for scaldingly hot, strong cups of tea at 60p each.