hot-blooded[ hot-bluhd-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF hot-blooded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOT-BLOODED
He was young, and he was hot-blooded—he was really of the South.
Dumoulin was hot-blooded, noisy, unmethodical, always in a state of fuss and fume!
He had guessed what work it was that the hot-blooded Russian had remained to do.
I know he is a hot-blooded old reprobate—that father of yours.
Some are born phlegmatic, some are passionate and hot-blooded.
The Hampdens were dark and stout, hot-blooded, fierce, and impetuous.
Only one question he had asked them, whether they were of a hot-blooded nature or of a cold.
But this did not in the least dampen the ardor of this hot-blooded Virginian.
I was hot-blooded in those days, and my honor was touched, but I never blamed her.
How he chanced to be born among these hot-blooded Wynnes I do not comprehend.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HOT-BLOODED
- fired up
- steamed up
- wild about
- worked up