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Use "hot-headed" in a sentence
"The net result of ownership consolidation (aided and abetted by the rise of the Internet) is poorly-staffed newspapers and commercial television and radio that are long on hot-headed opinions, advertisements and mindless entertainment, but short on the substance that an informed democracy requires."
"It was vicious also in the 1980s, as when the Packers' Charles Martin, a hot-headed defensive lineman, body-slammed Bears quarterback Jim McMahon to the hard turf at Soldier Field in 1986."
"An older vaquero is mentoring a hot-headed younger vaquero, they engage in arm-wrestling, sword fighting, who can cantar better, etc."