Hot-spirited

Hot´-spir`it`ed


a.1.Having a fiery spirit; hot-headed.
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He appears to be a very emotional and hot-spirited person.
Eisenhower, the supreme Allied commander who had so masterfully coaxed effective command relationships out of hot-spirited generals such as George Patton and Great Britain's Bernard Montgomery, graciously declared, "During World War II, of course, I ate my share of Spam along with millions of other soldiers.