Besides, it was hot up there under the roof, and gray with the dust of years.
"Den boil de kettle an' hot up de food," sang out Ching, who was still huddled at the stern of the vessel.
It's hot up there in summer, I've heard, and driving in the warm weather is pleasant enough; there's no hardship in that!
The detective stood a moment wiping the perspiration from his face, for it was hot up in that attic, and he was excited.
It was becoming too hot up there on the peak for me before breakfast-time was over, so I slipped down into the valley.
At first the speakers made no attempt to "hot up" their cold porridge.
Wait until I get my broad-brimmed hat, the sun is hot up here.
This passage was probably built as a means of entrance and escape when things got too hot up above.