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  • adjective Excessively hot.


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over- +‎ hot


  • There was no order between them anymore; that had been assured the first moment he met her in the Chinese restaurant, looking up expectantly as she came in with the little bell jingling, and again the moment he kissed her in her overhot room.

    The Position

  • Jackson said that whenever you got overhot or excited that wound hurt you and made you kind of crazy, and you went raving about pancakes.

    Heart of the West [Annotated]

  • The reception was overhot and they backed water, glad to get away.

    The Mormon Menace The Confessions of John Doyle Lee, Danite

  • For truly, while you are so furiously ventilating your windy fanaticism and overhot zeal in the Halls of

    Social relations in our Southern States,

  • Presently the heat became overhot and Al-Rashid said to his Wazir, "O Ja'afar, I am sore athirst."

    Arabian nights. English

  • In fact, I should almost entirely be my former self were it not for a blistered condition of the throat, a pronounced tenderness of the feet, and an inflamed area of the cutaneous covering of the bosom -- the first due, I think, to swallowing an overhot lemonade, the second to the constancy with which I resorted to foot bathing, while the third indubitably may be ascribed to the after effects of an oil of great potency and pronounced odour which

    Fibble, D.D.

  • Presently the heat became overhot and Al – Rashid said to his Wazir, “O Ja’afar, I am sore athirst.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • a pretty long circuit and the sun beginning to wax overhot, they returned to the palace.

    The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio


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