Related formshot·head·ed·ly, adverbhot·head·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for hotheaded
Hotheaded arrogance is neither conservative nor attractive to voters.
Though Glenn Beck may be better known for his tears, the host knows how to get hotheaded when the spark hits—literally.
Moreover, even in his new home on the banks of the Schuylkill River, Paine appeared a hotheaded radical.
Grandad is among the distillers and Norah is as hotheaded as he.A Little Girl in Old Pittsburg|Amanda M. Douglas
Curiously enough the hotheaded impulse died within me before I could rise from my seat on the three-legged stool.Pirates' Hope|Francis Lynde
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
He is the type of an honest, straightforward, hotheaded, but narrow and uncompromising man.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