white-hot


white–hot

adjective \ˈhwīt-ˈhät, ˈwīt-\

: glowing white because of being very hot

: extremely hot

: very intense or active

Full Definition of WHITE-HOT

1
:  being at or radiating white heat
2
a :  extremely hot
b :  exhibiting or marked by extreme fervor or zeal <white–hot enthusiasm>

First Known Use of WHITE-HOT

1795

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