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: one that is hot-blooded
: one having strong passions or a quick temper
: a strong-willed, spirited horse (such as a Thoroughbred or Arabian horse that is noted for its speed and agility
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1798, in the meaning defined at sense 1
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hot and heavy
21 Aug 2018
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: heat of passion
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