Adjective "Hot-Headed" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˌhɒtˈhɛdɪd/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Having an impetuous or quick-tempered nature.
  1. 'Afterward, federal troops pushed the crowd into town, where its more hotheaded members harried the soldiers.'
  2. 'An effective speaker and vigorous pamphleteer, Fletcher was hot-headed and uncompromising.'
  3. 'He plays Valentin, the hot-headed younger son for whom being a de Bellegarde means going penniless.'
  4. 'Whatever the cause, this type of hot-headed outrage can never be tolerated.'
  5. 'He can no longer work, and has to ask his hotheaded brother Hammer for money.'
  6. 'He did not get visibly angry; apparently he was not the hot-headed type.'
  7. 'Some really foolish, hotheaded remarks have been made about this post.'
  8. 'Mention of hot-headed youngsters brings me to Alonso.'
  9. 'Emma felt annoyance in regards to their current president, because of his hasty, hot-headed temperament.'
  10. 'I started to cry and felt the anger of a thousand hot-headed men.'

Definitions

adjective

1. hot or fiery in spirit or temper; impetuous; rash: Hotheaded people shouldn't drive cars.

2. easily angered; quick to take offense.

More examples(as adjective)

"revisions can be hot-headed."

"people can be hot-headed."

"phrases can be hot-headed."

"people/places/organizations can be hot-headed."

"impetuousnesses can be hot-headed."

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Origin

(hotheaded)