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- adj. impetuous and rash; hot-headed
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Ardent in temper; violent; rash; impetuous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Violent; rash; precipitate; hot-headed.
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“Why, thou foolish and hot-brained churl,” replied the
It bulldozed the villages and in a hot-brained hurry effectively threw up a brand-new city, called Pudong (“East of the Pu”).
There was in the society of the Austins, outward, stoical conformers to the world, something gravely suggestive of essential eccentricity, something unpretentiously breathing of intellectual effort, that could not fail to hit the fancy of this hot-brained boy.
Hugh Robsart destined his pretty Amy; and hither the hot-brained fool has come to look after his fair runaway.
But he, like a very hot-brained man, although he had long been married to the daughter of his cousin (whom he liked none the more for that), would have nothing to say to any attempt at making
Gambling was a great attraction; but my brother, dreading its consequences with these hot-brained armed men, allowed none to take place in his hotel.
Patch had obtained some celebrity in freaks of this description, though his feats be not recorded, like the hot-brained patriotism of Marcus Curtius in olden history.
The Duke of Lithuania is no hot-brained youth to be entangled and destroyed by a woman's smiles.
Coadjutor of Paris should be so much as suspected of being concerned in a sedition raised by a hot-brained fool, at the head of fifteen of the vilest of the mob?
All France was put in motion thereby, and thousands of hot-brained youth resorted to the capital to join the already overwhelming rabble there.