Definition of hotheaded in English:

hotheaded

Syllabification: hot·head·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈhätˌhedid
 
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adjective

Derivatives

hotheadedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • I said hot-headedly. ‘Look at you in your fancy-pants shirt, shorts and Jesus sandals - you're marinating in the sun, and you'll be eaten for roast dinner!’
  • That is what he was protecting rather hot-headedly and with too much emphasis, because it was a jewel to him of the rarest price.
  • Indeed it is hard to see him clashing hot-headedly with anyone.

hotheadedness

noun
More example sentences
  • The epitome of Spanish hot-headedness, Lola is charming and irritating in equal parts.
  • And if it does refer to hot-headedness, is it any surprise that it was applied widely among the hot-headed Zealots?
  • Moreover, you need not think that hot-headedness or an unhappy childhood have given him some uncommon taste for violence; he acts as the interpreter of the situation, that's all.

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