hot-headed


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hot-headed

adj
impetuous, rash, or hot-tempered
ˌhot-ˈheadedly adv
ˌhot-ˈheadedness n
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hot-headed

adjective volatile, rash, fiery, reckless, precipitate, hasty, unruly, foolhardy, impetuous, hot-tempered, quick-tempered a footballer whose fiery temper makes him too hot-headed to handle
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hot-headed

[ˈhɒtˈhedɪd] ADJimpulsivo, impetuoso

hot-headed

[ˌhɒtˈhɛdɪd] adjimpetuoso/a, focoso/a
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If I appear, then thou diest, even although thy charms should instigate some hot-headed youth to enter the lists in thy defence.
But you are so confoundedly hot-headed and exclamatory that I cannot get a word in.
Apart from this, which made him an exacting companion, he was one of the most upright, hot-tempered, hot-headed old gentlemen in England.
Petersburg -- calm countries, where the point of honor is better understood than among our hot-headed Parisians.
In his youth D'Artagnan had often headed the bourgeoisie against the military, but he was cured of all those hot-headed propensities; besides, he had the cardinal's hundred pistoles in his pocket, so he went into the hotel without a word.
Hot-headed and impatient at all times, he had been rendered irascible by the fatigues of the journey, and the condition of his feet, which were chafed and sore.
Flora was a dear little thing, but exceedingly hot-headed and devotedly attached to me.
As to his character, he was reliable on duty, but a wild, desperate fellow off the deck of his ship-- hot-headed, excitable, but loyal, honest, and kind-hearted.
You hot-headed little woman, your time will come," she answered.
That was why, being fond and hot-headed, I left the world; and that is why, having had time to take thought, I am right glad to find myself back in it once more.
Accused of treason, yet innocent, he fell a victim to "the wrath of princes," the wrath of that hot-headed King Henry VIII.
This Mr Frank Cheeryble, although, to judge from what had recently taken place, a hot-headed young man (which is not an absolute miracle and phenomenon in nature), was a sprightly, good-humoured, pleasant fellow, with much both in his countenance and disposition that reminded Nicholas very strongly of the kind-hearted brothers.