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hot-blooded

  
  
If you describe someone as hot-blooded, you mean that they are very quick to express their emotions, especially anger and love.      adj   usu ADJ n     (Antonym: cold-blooded)    Both of these dancers knew full well why they attracted the attentions of two hot-blooded young men.     
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hot-blooded

  
  
ardent, excitable, fervent, fiery, heated, impulsive, passionate, rash, spirited, temperamental, wild  
  
Antonyms     
   apathetic, calm, cold, cool, frigid, impassive, restrained, unenthusiastic  

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