heated

[ hee-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF heated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEATED

The room we entered was heated by what I took to be a successful furnace.

Pour in the heated liquid and season with the salt and pepper.

If hotplates are to be used they must be heated in the same manner.

Send them to table hot, wrapped in the folds of a napkin that has been heated.

You are heated now, Sir, and I can make every allowance for your natural vexation.

I was aware that the latter phrase was heated where I had merely meant it to be impressive.

In the sonorous emptiness of the place, there ensued a heated discussion.

But, as the discussion was becoming too heated, Coupeau had to interfere.

The source of his misery was yonder, in those markets, heated by the day's excesses.

Pearl Barley Water is made of an ounce of pearl barley, heated in half a pint of water over the fire in order to clean it.

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