hot-headedness


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hot-headedness

[ˌhɒtˈhɛdɪdnɪs] nimpetuosità
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Goodfellow went on for some half hour longer in this strain, very much to the credit both of his head and of his heart; but your warm-hearted people are seldom apposite in their observations -- they run into all sorts of blunders, contre-temps and mal apropos-isms, in the hot-headedness of their zeal to serve a friend -- thus, often with the kindest intentions in the world, doing infinitely more to prejudice his cause than to advance it.
Vettel, meanwhile, remained a victim of his own occasional hot-headedness, but it's the difference in their characters that is a key part of their appeal.
We've had a mixed season so far and there are games that we should never have lost, but first of all we need to get the old hot-headedness out of our game and keep 11 players on the pitch.
However, what's most surprising about the new trailer is that the Hulk will be speaking and comparing his hot-headedness to his fellow Avenger.
Her rebellions against her parents and society for restrictions over public display of emotions and for expectations of an arranged marriage of equals come across as a typical case of teenage hot-headedness rather than heroic.
Though the Newcastle head coach accepts Mitrovic has brought a new dimension to United's play, he wants the Serbian to show the same "level of maturity" against Sunderland as he has done in his last three matches - and not the hot-headedness he displayed earlier this season.
I wonder whether his constant hot-headedness was a contributing factor.
He's also known to bring out impatience, hot-headedness and frustration.
The idea that a privet hedge and a private school can immunise a young man against hot-headedness is pie-in-the-sky.
I'm not making excuses for Uruguay striker Luis Suarez biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini on Tuesday -- his third such offence in four years -- and I'm not suggesting for one minute that hailing from a modest background or broken family might pre-condition you for hot-headedness and bad behaviour, in fact such things can often be the making of an individual.
Hartley has been working on his hot-headedness since his six-month ban for gouging, initially with the revered psychiatrist Dr Steve Peters.
With the support of old ally Tom George, fellow Grange Hill alumnus Fergal O'Brien, Warren Greatrex and a clutch of others, Brennan has begun to rebuild a career that has always shown promise but has all too often stuttered just as it was getting into gear, through a combination of impatience, arrogance and hot-headedness.