hot stuff


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hot stuff

n. Slang
1. One that is exceptionally good, interesting, or exciting: Our volleyball team is hot stuff this year.
2. A person who is considered sexually attractive.

hot stuff

n
1. a person, object, etc, considered important, attractive, sexually exciting, etc
2. a pornographic or erotic book, play, film, etc

hot′ stuff′


n.
Slang.
1. a person or thing of exceptional interest or merit.
2. something unconventional, sensational, or daring.
3. a person who is erotically stimulating or easily aroused sexually.
[1750–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hot stuff - the quality of being attractive and exciting (especially sexually exciting); "he thought she was really hot stuff"
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
2.hot stuff - the quality of being popular; "skiing is hot stuff in New Hampshire"
popularity - the quality of being widely admired or accepted or sought after; "his charm soon won him affection and popularity"; "the universal popularity of American movies"
Translations

hot stuff

n to be hot stuff (fam) → essere eccezionale
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Our carpenter being prepared to grave the outside of the ship, as well as to pay the seams where he had caulked her to stop the leaks, had got two kettles just let down into the boat, one filled with boiling pitch, and the other with rosin, tallow, and oil, and such stuff as the shipwrights use for that work; and the man that attended the carpenter had a great iron ladle in his hand, with which he supplied the men that were at work with the hot stuff.
I was aboard of one of Rodney’s fleet, dye see, about the time we licked De Grasse, Mounsheer Lor Quaw’s countryman, there; and the wind was here at the south’ard and east'ard; and I was below, mixing a toothful of hot stuff for the captain of marines, who dined, dye see, in the cabin, that there very same day; and I suppose he wanted to put out the captain’s fire with a gun-room ingyne; and so, just as I got it to my own liking, after tasting pretty often, for the soldier was difficult to please, slap came the foresail agin’ the mast, whiz went the ship round on her heel, like a whirligig.
When the milking was finished for the evening they straggled indoors, where Mrs Crick, the dairyman's wife--who was too respectable to go out milking herself, and wore a hot stuff gown in warm weather because the dairymaids wore prints--was giving an eye to the leads and things.
These held the hot stuff from the jug, however, as well as golden goblets would have done; and Bob served it out with beaming looks, while the chestnuts on the fire sputtered and cracked noisily.
He rolled his eyes ridicu lously before he swallowed the hot stuff, and only then broke out afresh.
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Byline: He may be hot stuff in Hollywood right now, but Ricky Gervais says he would not consider going under the knife.
A red hot row has erupted between rival pizza companies over who owns the rights to a Hot Stuff Pizza.
In the case of Valley College, the campus had a five-year contract with Orion Foods, now Hot Stuff Foods of Sioux Falls, S.
Seventies musical Hot Stuff and comedy play Stones In His Pockets will no longer be seen at the city theatre because of circumstances beyond theatre staff's control.
Being the only store like this around, with new products that people aren't used to seeing, I think Hot Stuff Etc.
Hot Stuff Foods([R]) today announced that Carol Hague has been named General Manager of the newly acquired Lettieri's([R]) brands.