Hot-blooded
Hot-blooded Hot"-blood`ed, a. Having hot blood; excitable; high-spirited; irritable; ardent; passionate. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • hot-blooded — Someone who is hot blooded is easily excitable or passionate …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • hot-blooded — adjective aggressive, amorous, athirst, avid, barbarous, bold, brutal, burning, careless, danger loving, daredevil, daring, desirous, desperate, eager, excessive, excitable, extreme, febrile, fervent, fervid, feverish, fiery, flaming, foolhardy,… …   Law dictionary

  • hot-blooded — adj having very strong emotions such as anger or love, that are difficult to control = ↑passionate …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hot-blooded — passionate, 1590s; a relic of medieval physiology theory …   Etymology dictionary

  • hot-blooded — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ lustful; passionate …   English terms dictionary

  • Hot Blooded — Infobox Single Name = Hot Blooded Artist = Foreigner Album = Double Vision A side = B side = Released = 1978 Format = 7 Recorded = 1977 1978 Genre = Hard rock Length = 4:24 Label = Atlantic Writer = Lou Gramm, Mick Jones Producer = Keith Jones… …   Wikipedia

  • hot-blooded — ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n If you describe someone as hot blooded, you mean that they are very quick to express their emotions, especially anger and love. His neighbors remembered him as a hot blooded teenager, a self styled ladies man. Ant: cold… …   English dictionary

  • hot-blooded —    Someone who is hot blooded is easily excitable or passionate.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • hot-blooded — adjective he s not exactly the hot blooded Latin lover I thought he d be Syn: passionate, amorous, amatory, ardent, fervid, lustful, libidinous, lecherous, sexy, virile; informal horny Ant: cold …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • hot-blooded — adjective prone to emotion hot blooded Latin Americans • Similar to: ↑emotional …   Useful english dictionary

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