Thesaurus / hotter


Who would not stay in an earthy paradise ten minutes longer, even though it did make purgatory the hotter afterward?

The Hoosier SchoolmasterEdward Eggleston

Longer and colder winters with shorter and hotter summers would seem more adapted to the growth of glaciers.

Human OriginsSamuel Laing

"What strange things you ask me," said Esperanza, getting hotter and hotter.

FrothArmando Palacio Valds

Hotter grew the sun and heavier the air in that long trough below the level of the sea.

The Valley of VisionHenry Van Dyke

Every second the fight waged fiercer, hotter, and more men dropped as they backed slowly away.

Under FireCharles King

This method has two advantages over table carving; quicker service, and hotter food.

EtiquetteEmily Post

And hotter than her hurt her heart burned consuming its own tenderness and love and trust.

The Branding IronKatharine Newlin Burt

Now, when it's hotter than a kittle of pepper tea, the bulk of their stock is ice picks and mittens.

The Woman-HatersJoseph C. Lincoln

The sun glowed hotter and hotter, and Anton took off his jacket, and walked on, in his shirt-sleeves.

The barrel of his rifle grows hotter and hotter, until his fingers feel as if glued to a gridiron.


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