- heath cock,
- heath family
Origin of heated
Examples from the Web for heatedly
Its claims are heatedly debated on Ron Paul forums and anarchist websites; excerpts appear on numerous Tea Party pages.
Furious, Mayor Goodman heatedly demanded that the president apologize to the city.
"Well, I'd get some weapons up town and drive that gang off," said Bob heatedly.The Rules of the Game|Stewart Edward White
In fact, I think poor people are more interesting, Joan said, heatedly.Joan of the Journal|Helen Diehl Olds
“But that will exactly fit in with his scheme,” 346 exclaimed Orme, heatedly.The Girl and The Bill|Bannister Merwin
A move was therefore made in the direction of the dining-room, where Keziah, the little maid, was heatedly laying an extra place.A Safety Match|Ian Hay
"We're playing this game as a team, Roger," chimed in Tom heatedly.Stand by for Mars!|Carey Rockwell
in figurative sense "agitated, inflamed," 1590s, past participle adjective from heat (v.). Related: Heatedly.