/ (hɒts) /
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the hots slang intense sexual desire; lust (esp in the phrase have the hots for someone)
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Words nearby hots
hot-press, hot pressing, hot rod, hot rodder, hot-roll, hots, hot sauce, hot seat, hot seat, in the, hot shit, hot shoe
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How to use hots in a sentence
The colds get colder, the hots get hotter, and the hurricanes get more destructive.From Snowy Atlanta to Sunny Sochi, It's All About Global Weirding|Scott Bixby|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Some garlic sauce, fresh and pickled veggies and maybe even some hots.Kerry's Peace Push A Nothing-Burger?|Ali Gharib|May 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Willie leaned over and whispered that Winnie the Pooh had the hots for me.Ralph Nader, Novelist|Samuel P. Jacobs|September 12, 2009|DAILY BEAST
An Italian happened to be passing with a pushcart loaded with "red-hots" and buns.
He unpinned the dime, bought two "red-hots" and a bun, and fell down in the sand to rest and enjoy himself.
The Italian had been cooking the "red-hots" on a steel plate.
Dickenson's Cumberland Glossary has: 'Muck-hots, panniers for conveying manure on horseback.'Chaucer's Works, Volume 3 (of 7)|Geoffrey Chaucer
Another judge has built a roarin' fire in a round stove an' is cookin' red-hots on it.Mr. Dooley Says|Finley Dunne