hot–blooded

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adjective hot–blood·ed \ˈhät-ˈblə-dəd\

Definition of hot–blooded

  1. 1 :  easily excited :  passionate

  2. 2 :  warm-blooded 1

  3. 3 of a horse :  having Arab or Thoroughbred ancestors

hot–bloodedness

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Circa 1616

First Known Use of hot–blooded

circa 1616


HOT–BLOODED Defined for English Language Learners

hot–blooded

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adjective hot–blood·ed \ˈhät-ˈblə-dəd\

Definition of hot–blooded for English Language Learners

  • : becoming angry or excited very easily

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