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Heat

Pronunciation of Heat
/hˈiːt/, /hˈiːt/, /h_ˈiː_t/

Antonyms for heat:

freeze, chill, cold, low temperature, cool.

Synonyms for heat:

Sense 1

policeman, electrify, patrolwoman, finest, lightning, bobby, constable, reheat, climate, enthusiasm, flatfoot, inning, copper, gendarme, pasteurize, Bluecoat, pump, torridity, electricity, overheat, intensity, policewoman, peeler, excitation.

Sense 2

excitement, fuzz, desire, patrolman, peace officer, police officer, radiate.

Sense 3

cool off, energy, police, cop, season, race.

Sense 4

bull, fervor, officer, thaw.

Sense 6

man.

Sense 9

warm up.

Sense 10

law.

burn up

swelter.

climate

weather.

heat up

warm.

Sense 2 (noun)

race.

Sense 3 (noun)

energy.

Sense 4 (noun)

torridity, fervor.

Sense 5 (noun)

excitement, excitation.

Sense 6 (noun)

season.

Sense 7 (noun)

peeler, police officer, law, cop, Bluecoat, peace officer, gendarme, bull, copper, patrolman, fuzz, policeman, patrolwoman, man, constable, bobby, flatfoot, police, officer, finest, policewoman.

Sense 9 (noun)

thaw.

anger (noun)

anger.

anger, passion (noun)

desire, ardor, fervor, intensity, violence, vehemence, excitement, rage.

enthusiasm (noun)

Ardency, ardor.

fervor (noun)

ardor, desire, enthusiasm, excitement.

heat (noun)

oestrus, rut, heating system, fire up, wake, inflame, heating plant, estrus, heat energy, ignite, heating, stir up, Torridness, high temperature, fever, calefaction, warmth, passion, hotness, heat up, temperature.

high temperature (noun)

fever, calefaction, swelter, torridity, Torridness, warmth, hotness, warmness.

lawman (noun)

police.

phenomenon (noun)

heat energy.

policeman (noun)

patrolwoman, patrolman.

change (verb)

heat up.

heat (verb)

scorch, burn, warm, fire, parch, bake, boil, singe, barbecue, char, toast, grill, braise, fry, roast, swelter, simmer, stew, broil, poach, parboil, sear, scald, cook.

make or become hot (verb)

scald, sear, ignite, char, toast, roast, grill, boil, enkindle, reheat, fry, singe, warm up, inflame, broil, bake, warm, scorch, kindle, fire, thaw.

Usage examples for heat:

  • How good of her to have walked over in all this heat! - "The Vision of Desire", Margaret Pedler.
  • After all this dust and heat! - "A Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's Life.", Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney.
  • The heat drove her back. - "The Secret Pact", Mildred A. Wirt.

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