The Word is:”hot”
adjective: hot; comparative adjective: hotter; superlative adjective: hottest
1.having a high degree of heat or a high temperature.
synonyms: very warm, balmy, summery, tropical, boiling, boiling hot, blazing hot, baking, scorching, roasting, searing, flaming, parching, blistering, oven-like; More
“she felt hot and her throat was parched”
synonyms: feverish, fevered, febrile, burning, flushed; More
“this soup is equally good hot or cold”
synonyms: heated, piping, piping hot, sizzling, steaming, roasting, boiling, boiling hot, searing, scorching, scalding, red-hot
“they provided plenty of good hot food”
(of an electric circuit) live or at a high voltage.
2.(of food) containing or consisting of pungent spices or peppers which produce a burning sensation when tasted.
synonyms: spicy, spiced, peppery, piquant, highly seasoned, sharp, fiery, strong, pungent, aromatic
“a very hot dish cooked with green chilli”
3.filled with passionate excitement, anger, or other strong emotion.
synonyms: angry, indignant, furious, fiery, seething, raging, boiling, fuming; More
“steamy bed scenes which may be too hot for young fans”
“hot salsa and lambada dancing”
“the environment has become a very hot issue”
synonyms: animated, heated, fierce, lively, intense, passionate, impassioned, spirited, ardent, fervent, feverish; More
“have I got some hot gossip for you!”
synonyms: new, fresh, recent, late, up to date, up to the minute; More
“they know the hottest dance moves”
synonyms: popular, in demand, sought-after, in favour, well liked, well loved; More
antonyms: unpopular, out of fashion
“a hot chick”
(of the scent) fresh and strong, indicating that the quarry has passed recently.
“Tony is very hot on local history”
synonyms: knowledgeable about, well informed about, au fait with, up on, well versed in, au courant with; More
antonyms: ill-informed, apathetic
“this is not so hot for business”
“local customs officers are hot on confiscations”
“he found my story simply too hot to handle”
synonyms: stolen, illegally obtained, under the counter, illegal, illicit, unlawful, smuggled, bootleg, contraband; More
verb BRITISH informal
verb: hot; 3rd person present: hots; past tense: hotted; past participle: hotted; gerund or present participle: hotting
“he hotted up the flask”
become or make more lively or exciting.
“the championship contest hotted up”
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After a few shots of this vile whiskey brewed by Black Jack himself… Neal began to hold forth. He'd chosen Montana subjects to spin his lies about shooting, hiking, trapping. Probably to impress the only other client at the bar.