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- n. The condition of being hot.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being hot.
- n. Heat or excitement of mind or manner; violence; vehemence; impetuousity; ardor; fury.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition or quality of being hot; heat; violence; vehemence; fury.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the presence of heat
- n. a hot spiciness
- n. a state of sexual arousal
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They have jalapeno taste, but the hotness is the approximately warm-poblano range.
But I do know that if I'm expecting hotness from a book it has to be red "need-freezing-fire-extinguisher-to-cool-down" hot * grin*
The new hotness is Obama's a Muslim, his birth certificate is fake, he wants to have a gay marriage to Karl Marx, etc.
And, considering its subject matter and its undoubted hotness, is not at all blush-making.
Why does acknowledging that these women look hot in a bikini mean that their hotness is “all that really matters”?
Your hotness is not detracted from by physical ailments.
Almost as important as general hotness is her research which is also brilliant.
KPMG demographer Bernard Salt, author of The Big Tilt: What Happens When Boomers Bust and Xers and Ys Inherit the Earth, says the imbalance has created a monster he dubs the "hotness delusion syndrome".
According to one magazine source of mine, most of the mag lists that determine simple, subjective "hotness" -
On the other hand, your comment about Rob’s hotness is a bit off subject.
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