How to use hot-tempered in a sentence
Needless to say, a certain famously hot-tempered five-term senator and former presidential candidate was not at all amused.Rand Paul Eats Up Hoax That John McCain Met With ISIS | Olivia Nuzzi | September 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But if you thought Jim Lehrer had it bad, try controlling these two hot-tempered New Yorkers.Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly ‘Rumble’ Debate: Best Moments (Video) | Nina Strochlic | October 7, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
After all, who should go to jail for a clumsy metaphor or a hot tempered remark?
At times he seemed trying, by his aggressive acts and bitter speeches, to tempt some hot-tempered townsman to kill him.Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete | Charles M. Skinner
Whereupon the hot-tempered Captain Cook—being the superior officer on board—struck him, and several blows were interchanged.Famous Privateersmen and Adventurers of the Sea | Charles H. L. Johnston
One Christmas time, a certain hot-tempered gentleman came to visit the Skratdjs.
"You were snapping and squabbling just as usual this morning," said the hot-tempered gentleman.
To avoid this domestic scene, the hot-tempered gentleman withdrew to the breakfast-room and took up a newspaper.