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Hot

Synonyms for hot:

Sense 1

gelid, emotionless, coldness, nippy, Gelidness, Febrific, coolness, luckily, swelter, fantasize, hotness, offish, fortuitous, steaming, libido, frore, arousal, boreal, Frigidness, lottery, dumb luck, bask, groovy, pepper, beat down, frostiness, gelidity, luck, wintriness, suffocating, warmly, fortune, beginner's luck, combust, pot luck, fashionable, torridity, sun-drenched, toasty, dangerous, fortunate, fevered, steamy, acclaimed, noncompetitive, bedroom eyes, excitation, smolder, day, pyretic, nifty, sex drive, providential, fortunately, well-received, hypercompetitive, chilliness, ripping, heavy breathing, lust, miraculous, sex maniac, Torridness, iciness, charmed.

Sense 5

fire, turn on, glorious, trot, reserved, great, solitary.

Sense 6

divine, terrific, handsome, splendid, keen, harsh, neat.

Sense 8

fancy.

Sense 9

comfortable, fantastic.

Sense 12

hard.

Sense 16

heavy.

ardent

passionate.

aroused

excited.

broiling

simmering.

cooked

done.

feverish

febrile.

first class

excellent.

on fire

afire, Conflagrant, ablaze, flaming, aflame.

perspiring

sweaty.

sexually attractive

attractive, Slinky, cute, seductive, lush, foxy, nubile.

summery

summer.

tap

faucet.

tropical

equatorial.

Other synonyms and related words:

bully, passionate, pyretic, blistering, grand, inflamed, febrile, hotness, boiling, excited, live, afire, fervid, swell, ripping, fervent, flaming, dandy, piquant, nifty, radioactive, hectic, fire, lustful, keen, pungent, peppery, heat, great, heated, peachy, ardent, fevered, intense, spicy, het up, ablaze, sultry, charged.

active (adjective)

radioactive.

adorable (adjective)

dishy.

angry (adjective)

enraged, raging.

earthy (adjective)

ribald.

enthusiastic (adjective)

fervent, zealous.

excited (adjective)

steamed up.

fashionable (adjective)

faddy, in.

fast (adjective)

chop-chop, Lickety Split, fleet.

hot (adjective)

glowing, burning, baking, fiery, temperate, roasting, Searing, scorching, warm, sweltering, tropical, feverish, torrid, scalding, broiling.

passionate, vehement (adjective)

fervid, fierce, indignant, enthusiastic, raging, excited, lustful, impetuous, furious, fervent, angry, violent, intense, stormy, inflamed, eager, ardent.

sensuous (adjective)

torrid.

sexually excited (adjective)

lascivious, Concupiscent, lewd, sensual, passionate, libidinous, salacious.

spicy to taste (adjective)

piquant, acrid, pungent, spicy, racy, peppery.

steaming (adjective)

steaming.

sultry (adjective)

sweltry.

thermal (adjective)

toasty.

very high in temperature (adjective)

fiery, febrile, boiling, warm, fevered, steaming, sweltry, flaming, tropic, broiling, humid, scalding, close, sultry, igneous, blistering, sweltering, heated, tropical, baking, feverish, burning, scorching, roasting, sizzling, blazing, Searing, white, torrid.

Sense 4 (noun)

febrile, well-received, hectic, acclaimed, viral, pyretic, Febrific.

Sense 5 (noun)

excite.

Sense 9 (noun)

dangerous.

Sense 10 (noun)

competitive.

Sense 12 (noun)

desire, frisky, arouse, want.

Sense 15 (noun)

fortunately, dumb luck, charmed, luck, fortuitous, fortunate, beginner's luck, lottery, fortune.

aroused (noun)

indignant.

eager (noun)

excited, passionate.

erotic (noun)

lewd, salacious, lascivious.

hot (noun)

heatable, calefacient, calefactory, wanted, fiery, close, flaming, heated, warm, calorific, het up, burning, live, raging, sizzling, popular, peppery, white-hot, blistery, overheated, lucky, sweltering, baking, white, unpleasant, calorifacient, scorching, sulfurous, tropic, illegal, spicy, boiling, active, stifling, gingery, heating, sulphurous, blistering, calefactive, thermal, scalding, hottish, het, sensual, new, fast, fervent, sweltry, violent, fervid, charged, pungent, eager, skilled, good, igneous, fresh, baking hot, sultry, torrid, red hot, near, tropical, warming, radioactive, heated up.

sexually attractive (noun)

seductive, Slinky, attractive.

close (verb)

humid.

conflict (verb)

war.

heated (verb)

molten.

roll (verb)

biscuit.

Usage examples for hot:

  • I said the weather was hot. - "Caught in a Trap", John C. Hutcheson.
  • No, you must be hot for the road. - "The Plum Tree", David Graham Phillips.
  • Do you think it's because it's such a hot summer? - "Entire PG Edition of The Works of William Dean Howells", William Dean Howells.

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