Definition of Hotness

1. Noun. The presence of heat.

Exact synonyms: Heat, High Temperature
Generic synonyms: Temperature
Specialized synonyms: Calefaction, Incalescence, Fieriness, Red Heat, Torridity, Warmness, Warmth, White Heat
Derivative terms: Heat, Heat, Heat, Hot
Antonyms: Coldness



2. Noun. A state of sexual arousal.
Exact synonyms: Horniness, Hot Pants
Language type: Colloquialism
Generic synonyms: Sexual Arousal
Derivative terms: Horny, Hot

3. Noun. A hot spiciness.
Exact synonyms: Pepperiness
Generic synonyms: Spice, Spicery, Spiciness
Derivative terms: Hot

Definition of Hotness

1. n. The quality or state of being hot.

Definition of Hotness

1. Noun. The condition of being hot. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Hotness

1. the state of being hot [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hotness

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hotkey
hotkeys
hotline
hotlines
hotlink
hotlinking
hotlinks
hotlist
hotlisted
hotlisting
hotlists
hotly
hotmelt
hotmelts
hotness (current term)
hotnesses
hotpanted
hotpants
hotplate
hotplates
hotpot
hotpots
hotpress
hotpressed
hotpresser
hotpressers
hotpresses
hotpressing
hotrod

Literary usage of Hotness

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1. The Theory of Heat by Thomas Preston (1894)
"We are hence led to the idea of a scale of hotness, and to inquire how much ... The estimation of the hotness of a body must of course be relative to some ..."

2. The Theory of Heat by Thomas Preston (1904)
"The estimation of the hotness of a body must of course be relative to some ... When this standard is chosen we may speak scientifically of the hotness of a ..."

3. The Golden Treasury: Selected from the Best Songs and Lyrical Poems in the by Francis Turner Palgrave (1897)
"The day in his hotness, The strife with the palm ; The night in her silence, The stars in their calm. M. Arnold cxxix 'PRATER AVE ATQUE VALE' Row us out ..."

4. The Aim and Achievements of Scientific Method: An Epistemological Essay by Thomas Percy Nunn (1907)
"It will at once be noted that there is no reason to suppose that the " real" hotness of the body is ever presented to any of the observers; at any rate, ..."

5. The New Idealism by May Sinclair (1922)
"Take the hotness of the fire which diminishes or increases as we recede from or ... I gather that he ascribes to the fire a certain "real" standard hotness ..."

6. Physics for University Students by Henry Smith Carhart (1896)
"By means of these sensations we might arrange a collection of bodies of the same kind in a series of relative hotness, and should be able to assert that any ..."

7. Physics for University Students by Henry Smith Carhart (1906)
"When the surface of our bodies is brought into contact with other bodies, they may give to us the feeling of either coldness or hotness, and we may be able ..."

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