Blazing vs Afire - What's the difference?
| Related terms
Blazing is a related term of afire.
As adjectives the difference between blazing and afire
is that blazing
is very fast while afire
is on fire.
As a verb blazing
As a noun blazing
is the act of something that blazes or burns.
(sarcastically) Very slow.
(slang, of a person) Sexually attractive.
- Garden snails move at a blazing speed of about .03 miles per hour.
Of tremendous intensity or fervor; white-hot.
- The actress, with her perfectly-curved body, was simply blazing in her new movie!
(colloquial) Exceedingly angry.
- It was a performance of blazing ferocity.
- I've became so blazing that I can't control myself properly
The act of something that blazes or burns.
- the blazings of many fires
, author=Edgar Rice Burroughs
, title=The Chessmen of Mars
, publisher=The Gutenberg Project
, passage=… if I were a young man I should doubtless be willing to set all Barsoom afire
to win you,…