white-hot[ hwahyt-hot, wahyt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF white-hot
Synonyms for white-hot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHITE-HOT
Macdonald strode to the forge and took out the bar of white-hot iron.
Grant it but a chink or keyhole, and it shot in like a white-hot arrow.
Blake started up the hillside, his pale eyes like white-hot steel.
We may raise the temperature, say, of iron, until it is white-hot.
Instantly a white-hot excitement flared from end to end of the car.
He had worn out his white-hot rage, but was not yet in full control of himself.
On the anvil the end of the white-hot bar was immediately laid.
Frank, white-hot, with the cry of a man wounded to death bursting from him.
To take a white-hot iron and sear herself would have been easier than this.
The bolide was not white-hot, then, as when it passed over Thrawn Island.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WHITE-HOT
- fired up
- steamed up
- wild about
- worked up