Angry; vehement; impassioned: a heated argument. (adjective)
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Use "heated" in a sentence
"But Monday night, at the Ward 5 Democratic Committee straw poll, one of Moten's friends said Gray supporters were the aggressors in what he described as a heated dispute outside Michigan Park Christian Church."
"But then few other parts of the world (except the US and Canada and the odd bit of down under) are rich in heated chairlifts, perfectly groomed slopes and constellation-sized networks of pistes."
"After an indeterminate time, he regained consciousness to find four people in heated discussion by his now-ruined contraption."