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Hot Head

Hot Head - someone that gets angry easily; a person that has a bad temper

  • The girls are hot heads. They get upset all the time.
  • The man next door is a real hot head. He is always causing trouble.
  • I do not like to work with hot heads.
  • Why is your father such a hot head?
  • The new student is a hot head. I do not want to be friends with him.
  • My mother is not a hot head. She is always calm.

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