Origin of hot-blooded
Examples from the Web for hot-blooded
Before this hot-blooded sale, the closest anyone ever came was a $140-million purchase in 2006, and it was a Jackson Pollock.David Choe, Facebook’s Millionaire Graffiti Artist|Jimmy So|February 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The ex-speaker's hot-blooded defense of his messy personal life has clicked with angry GOP voters.Impetuous Record Aids Newt Gingrich With Angry GOP Voters|Michael Medved|January 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To be sure, the clever, hot-blooded little woman had held herself aloof from the crew's jaunts.The Song of Songs|Hermann Sudermann
In all this malevolence he found an earnest colleague in the hot-blooded Izard, whose charges against Franklin were unmeasured.Benjamin Franklin|John Torrey Morse, Jr.
Its representatives lived in hot-blooded times, and were compelled to skulk in still water with their emblematic daces.Kenelm Chillingly, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
I trifled with one of your students, a reckless and hot-blooded man, and inspired him with a tyrannous passion.Tales of the Chesapeake|George Alfred Townsend
Here he was primitive man unchained—a Rodin figure with muscles knotted in a riot of hot-blooded passion.Swirling Waters|Max Rittenberg
British Dictionary definitions for hot-blooded
Word Origin and History for hot-blooded
"passionate," 1590s; a relic of medieval physiology theory.