hotblood

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hot·blood

 (hŏt′blo͝od′)
n.
A horse of any of various breeds having a light build and an excitable temperament, especially an Arabian or Thoroughbred.
adj.
Relating to or having the characteristics of a hotblood.

[Probably on the model of coldblood and warmblood.]

hotblood

(ˈhɒtˌblʌd)
n
(Breeds) a collective term for Arabian, Barb, and Thoroughbred horses
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Their second round was swimwear, and the crowd went wild as the guys strutted their stuff in hotblood trunks - I had to wipe Jane's forehead to calm her down after she'd interviewed them all
So don't confront hotbloods, don't show off, go to blows or rows, don't sob for gold lost to trollops, don't drown sorrows on shots of grog.
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The setting is the Indian city of Amritsar in 1919 and the brilliantly created characters include a former soldier from Indian forces who fought in the trenches, a gang of teenage hotbloods and ruthless political activists as a tale of Imperial arrogance, violence, sorrowful fate and the pursuit of romance unfolds.