hotness[ hot ]SEE DEFINITION OF hotness
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Hurrying toward the biscuits and their hotness, Anne ran ahead with Peggy.
Solemnly, with the buzz of wine in his brain and its hotness in his blood, he returned the nod.
One is the "degree of electrification," the other, "the degree of hotness."
An intense degree of that is the hotness that is threatened.
He was horrid; but all the same the memory brought a hotness to her cheeks.
Chadron gave the order with a hotness about him, and an impatience not to be denied.
Hotness can not be latent, as the clown finds when he pockets the poker.
The day in his hotness,The strife with the palm;The night in her silence,The stars in their calm.
She told me once that she felt all the hotness you were suffering.
I felt just that way the day I broke grandfather's hotness measure, and mother said I must tell him myself.