Examples of hothead in a Sentence
Working on the project with such a hothead has been unpleasant.
Recent Examples of hothead from the Web
Perhaps in a new era of virtual reality, the costs of news production will rise, and so, too, will the barriers to entry, pushing the bloggers and political hotheads out of the game and restoring objectivity.
Coltish, feral and passionately in love, Mr. Grigolo’s Mario is a true hothead.
He’s disciplined and willing to fire a hothead like Anthony Scaramucci, whose personal agenda threatened to torch the White House.
Other political hotheads: longtime U.S. Sen. John McCain, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and former President Bill Clinton.
Bob Corker is known around Washington as a sensible pragmatist, not a thin-skinned hothead.
Others view Mr Khan as a hothead who will further inflame Pakistan’s already atrocious relations with India, Afghanistan and America.
While the most parsimonious explanation is that Trump is a hothead who fired Priebus on a whim, his decision to install John Kelly as Priebus’ successor suggests something slightly more premeditated.
And, for another first, her hothead temper and short fuse actually come in handy in dispatching yaoguai.
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HOTHEAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hothead for English Language Learners
: a person who gets angry easily : a hotheaded person
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