Definition of hot-blooded in English:

hot-blooded

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adjective

Lustful; passionate: hot-blooded Latin lovers
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  • She did not know whether the baby's father was her vicar husband Ashley or hot-blooded Latin lover Carlos.
  • One suspects she'd be happier with a more hot-blooded lover, but where could she find one?
  • Duncan becomes the hot-blooded lover for a change.
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hot-bloodedness

noun
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  • He reasoned that humans are more rational than the beasts because, among other reasons, they have a larger brain to cool their hot-bloodedness.
  • This thread was the result of one of my ill-advised and thankfully infrequent bouts of hot-bloodedness.
  • Despite a few fiery flashes of hot-bloodedness, Unfaithful has several interminable stretches where you're aware of nothing but the passing of time.

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