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  • n. The state or characteristic of being hotheaded; the tendency to be easily infuriated or provoked.


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  • I don't give a shit if Obama himself calls McCain a hothead or "Trigger McCain" or anything else ... the hotheadedness is the one thing about McCain everyone in the country dreads and it needs to be spoken and made an issue of.

    Obama Campaign: McCain Is A Reckless Hothead

  • Rivers might have all the physical skills, but his hotheadedness hurts his mental game.

    Sweet, Sweet Sunday!

  • It confirms what our friend, Dirksen, said about the impetuosity and hotheadedness of Mel.

    Going Home to Glory

  • I think it works because McCain's hotheadedness is what he uses to get attention.

    Obama Campaign: McCain Is A Reckless Hothead

  • Saakashvili's hotheadedness plunged his country into a war with Russia.

    Obama Campaign: McCain Is A Reckless Hothead

  • But, but, but reckless hotheadedness (or hotheaded recklessness) is WORKING for McCain!

    Obama Campaign: McCain Is A Reckless Hothead

  • He often bucks the trend out of hotheadedness and stupidity more than anything else.

    McCain-Obama Slugfest Continues

  • Hence, in my hotheadedness I assumed that your review was the same, even if it wasn't.


  • -Bernard Parks has a hard enough head to be a County Supervisor, but would need to bag his hotheadedness if he were in a competitive race for a Sup seat.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Six days later, on December 15, Dean declared with typical candor that the capture of Saddam Hussein "has not made America safer" — a comment that stirred public doubts about his fitness for the presidency and also about his increasingly visible hotheadedness and frequent gaffes.

    Playing Dirty


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