Definitions for "blistering"
intensely hot.
These are termed “swollen” areas, which may be visualised as bubbles or lifting of the paint film from the surface beneath. This is an indication of a surface problem, which is a result of localised loss of adhesion.
Paint problem characterized by paint coming off the surface in bubbles. Caused by paint applied over a wet, oily or dirty surface. Also occurs when water vapor escapes from the house interior.
Tires have optimal working temperature and if this temperature is exceeded significantly, tires can blister. When this happens, rubber loses its internal construction and begins to fall apart.
This is what happens to a tyre, or part of a tyre, when it overheats. Excess heat can cause rubber to soften and break away in chunks from the body of the tyre.
As applied to endurance riding can be a scalding where the horse's back temperature through airless tack contact heats up tremendously. Sudden exposure to cold air can cause hair to scald.
harshly or corrosively critical in tone; -- of comments about people or their actions.
Application of a caustic agent, or blister, to the leg. Formerly and, occasionally, still used in the treatment of a number of conditions, such as spavin, ringbone and bowed tendon. Thought to encourage internal healing in some cases.
harsh or corrosive in tone; "an acerbic tone piercing otherwise flowery prose"; "a barrage of acid comments"; "her acrid remarks make her many enemies"; "bitter words"; "blistering criticism"; "caustic jokes about political assassination, talk-show hosts and medical ethics"; "a sulfurous denunciation"
Keywords:  pace, pursuit, fast, hot, drive
very fast; as, a blistering pace.
very fast; "a blistering pace"; "got off to a hot start"; "in hot pursuit"; "a red-hot line drive"
Small eruptions in a paper's coating, usually from paper being dried too quickly on high-speed web offset presses.
Separation of the paper's coating from the body stock which appears in the form of eruptions. Caused when paper in process of manufacturing is dried too quickly.
Fiberglass boats develop a condition known as blistering, generally below the water line. There are varying opinions on the precise causes of the condition, and some sensitivity among boat manufacturers about this issue. The appropriate method of repair is also somewhat controvercial.
A cheater's technique to mark cards with his or her fingernail or device.
Keywords:  vesicles, formation
the formation of vesicles