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Definition of "hotter" []

  • Having a relatively high temperature (adjective)
  • Having a temperature higher than desirable (adjective)
  • Causing or having a sensation of bodily heat (adjective)
  • Causing a burning sensation on the tongue (adjective)
  • Expressing or feeling intense emotion, such as embarrassment, anger, or lust (adjective)
  • Intense or vehement (adjective)
  • Recent; fresh; new (adjective)
  • (of a ball) thrown or struck hard, and so difficult to respond to (adjective)
  • Much favoured or approved (adjective)
  • Having a dangerously high level of radioactivity (adjective)
  • (of goods or money) stolen, smuggled, or otherwise illegally obtained (adjective)
  • (of people) being sought by the police (adjective)
  • Sexually attractive (adjective)
  • (of a colour) intense; striking (adjective)
  • Close or following closely (adjective)
  • At a dangerously high electric potential (adjective)
  • Having an energy level higher than that of the ground state (adjective)
  • Impressive or good of its kind (esp in the phrase not so hot) (adjective)
  • Arousing great excitement or enthusiasm by inspired improvisation, strong rhythms, etc (adjective)
  • Dangerous or unpleasant (esp in the phrase make it hot for someone) (adjective)
  • (in various searching or guessing games) very near the answer or object to be found (adjective)
  • (of a process) at a sufficiently high temperature for metal to be in a soft workable state (adjective)
  • (of a price, charge, etc) excessive (adjective)
  • In a hot manner; hotly (adverb)
  • Comparative form of hot: more hot (adjective)

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  • One who steals a vehicle in order to joyride. (noun)

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Use "hotter" in a sentence
  • "The term hotter is used then in all the various senses that have been mentioned, and perhaps in still more."
  • "It is hot down there which is where the term hotter than balls comes from."
  • "If he agreed with the questioner, he will be in hotter water."