hot

Adjective
  • Used of physical heat
    Having a high or higher than desirable temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning (synset 301250274)
  • Extended meanings
    Especially of psychological heat
    Marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm (synset 301259404)
Adjective
  • Characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement
    Very intense (synset 302521858)
  • (color) bold and intense (synset 302542535)
  • Sexually excited or exciting (synset 302139987)
  • Recently stolen or smuggled (synset 301406636)
  • Very fast
    Capable of quick response and great speed (synset 300980563)
  • Wanted by the police (synset 302537561)
  • Producing a burning sensation on the taste nerves (synset 302406317)
  • Performed or performing with unusually great skill and daring and energy (synset 302235230)
  • Very popular or successful (synset 301821869)
  • Very unpleasant or even dangerous (synset 301809168)
  • Newest or most recent (synset 301646036)
  • Having or bringing unusually good luck (synset 301471335)
  • Very good
    Often used in the negative (synset 301128239)
  • Newly made (synset 301072212)
  • Having or showing great eagerness or enthusiasm (synset 300814990)
  • Of a seeker
    Very near to the object sought (synset 300447474)
  • Having or dealing with dangerously high levels of radioactivity (synset 300428602)
  • Charged or energized with electricity (synset 300359472)
  • Marked by excited activity (synset 300033190)

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