Easily excited or aroused: a hot-blooded youth. (adjective)
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Use "hot-blooded" in a sentence
"It was a windy, bitter-cold night (always a plus for this hot-blooded animal)."
"It's unique, intense and as hot-blooded as a charging bull."
"Yet, crucially for America's as well as his own future, Washington was endowed with preternatural leadership qualities — primarily the ability to seem confident when privately he felt, as Mr. Chernow puts it, "gloomy, scathing, hot-blooded and pessimistic.""