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  • adj. enthusiastic for
  • adj. knowledgeable about
  • adj. skilled at


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  • With Trilling's breath hot on the back of his neck, Kosta followed.


  • It was during the consumption of the entrée that Mondor and his plump wife, without any warning, burst into a screaming argument which ended with him bouncing up and racing for the kitchen, and her hot on his tail.

    Too Many Cooks

  • Spices and acrid herbs strike hot on the palate, and much hotter on the stomach.

    The New Organon

  • He leaned over her again, his mouth hot on the straining cords of her neck, the sharp prickle of his dark-blooming beard an exciting contrast to his warm wet tongue, his playful humour evaporating as his blind touch worked up under the band of elastic at the top of her thigh to slide against her creamy velvet centre.

    Mistress For A Weekend

  • The cheese was full-flavored, the meat spiced and hot on the tongue.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • Apparently the police were hot on the trail of the Tamiami Butcher.

    Darkly Dreaming Dexter

  • And Fleda's thoughts travelled about from one to the other, and dwelt with them all by turns till she was heart-sick; and tears, tears, fell hot on the snow many a time when her eyes had a moment's shield from the doctor and his somewhat more obtuse coadjutor.


  • Larry Bingham followed hot on my heels to the front door.

    Beacon Street Mourning

  • The dinner was smoking hot on the table when we drove up to the hotel at Swan River; and so charming a drive in the pure air had given me a keen appetite.

    Minnesota and Dacotah: in letters descriptive of a tour through the North-west, in the autumn of 1856. With information relative to public lands,

  • His unseen assailant’s breathing came in sharp, rapid gulps, breath hot on Warrick’s neck and reeking of liquor and garlic.

    Sin City


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