“She was hot-headed, had her own way of doing things,” Gill said—and so, he left to form a separate militia group.
Last month, Grigorieva, whom one source described as “hot-headed,” fired and replaced her lawyers.
Has a fever in his brain, and therefore is rightly said to be hot-headed.
I am a hot-headed, impatient kind of creature at the best of times,' he confessed.
This retort still further irritated the hot-headed son of Malise.
I am as brave as yourself; but, thank Heaven, I am not quite so hot-headed.
This council is called tarvi, and tries to cool down the hot-headed fancies of the dhanis, their brigand lords.
Henry is such a hot-headed fellow that he might resent the stipulation.
Indeed, some of the hot-headed Tories were for serving Cromwells Head as that man of might had served their martyr kings.
The hot-headed Añasco found it hard to restrain his impatience.