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[hot-hed-id] /ˈhɒtˈhɛd ɪd/
hot or fiery in spirit or temper; impetuous; rash:
Hotheaded people shouldn't drive cars.
easily angered; quick to take offense.
Origin of hotheaded
First recorded in 1635-45; hot + head + -ed3
Related forms
hotheadedly, adverb
hotheadedness, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • That bunch of hotheaded kids, as you call them, are capable of attacking any community—even ships of the Solar Guard itself!

    The Revolt on Venus Carey Rockwell
  • Grandad is among the distillers and Norah is as hotheaded as he.

    A Little Girl in Old Pittsburg Amanda M. Douglas
  • This cogent reasoning prevailed, but the hotheaded youths grumbled much and long at the delay.

    Old Mission Stories of California Charles Franklin Carter
  • He was hotheaded and overbearing, but she did not believe him to be vindictive.

    The Intriguers William Le Queux
  • Curiously enough the hotheaded impulse died within me before I could rise from my seat on the three-legged stool.

    Pirates' Hope Francis Lynde
  • He is excitable, hotheaded, easily carried away, honest and straightforward like most people of his class.

    Letters of Anton Chekhov Anton Chekhov
  • There have been some hotheaded and unfortunate judgments on the part of my family, which report has greatly magnified.

    The Flying Death Samuel Hopkins Adams

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