heat[ heet ]SEE DEFINITION OF heat
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEAT
Mrs. Beale remarked that it wasn't the heat that bothered us so, but the humidity.
But its prisoners were not exempt from its heat, like certain holy ones of old.
Then he ventured into the heat and glare of Broadway where humanity stewed and wilted.
When he had come too near he had been driven away by the heat.
There is a coolness amid all the heat, a mildness in the blazing noon.
Season with the salt and pepper, heat thoroughly, and serve.
After its extraction, it is coagulated by the heat in the water.
Add the butter, and when it has melted remove from the heat.
Our friend will overlook the matter if you do but say that you have acted in heat and haste.
Heat the vinegar, and to it add the salt, sugar, and spices.