Simple past tense and past participle of scald. (verb)
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Use "scalded" in a sentence
"So that the skins of both of these fruits may be easily removed, they must be scalded, which is an operation that corresponds to blanching in vegetable canning."
"But I think the campaign finance investigations and all the hits he took in '97 and' 98 with the Hsi Lai Temple and the West Wing phone calls, I think he really felt kind of scalded by that."
"In many instances, where there is either diarrhoea or dysentery present, without other prominent symptoms, I have found the mere use of cooked milk (merely "scalded," as women usually term it -- being heated to the boiling point without permitting it to boil), taken as food alone, to be the only remedy required."