hotheaded


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Synonyms for hotheaded

Synonyms for hotheaded

characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation

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Had the ban stuck, Johnson would have become the second import banned for life after former Petron (San Miguel Beer) reinforcement Renaldo Balkman choked teammate Arwind Santos during a melee where the reed-thin Beermen was trying to pacify the hotheaded import.
La Traviata'' should be a hot-blooded, and hotheaded, romance that culminates in declarations of ardor, remorse and forgiveness, before death stakes its inevitable claim.
The image of a young hotheaded 'white van man' cutting up other drivers and witnessing hundreds of accidents in his rear-view mirror is not a stereotype, but a reality borne out of a lack of driving experience, according to new research.
The Manchester United manager prides himself on his reputation as a hotheaded screamer, even glorying in the nickname "the hairdryer".
It's not an easy decision - Queen Eleanor, along with her sons, hotheaded Richard the Lionhearted (Andrew Howard) and conniving Geoffrey (John Light), have violently albeit unsuccessfully tried to wrest the lands from Henry in the past; there's not much love lost in this family.
Lucia'' marks her Los Angeles Opera debut and also her first time singing the exacting role of Lucia, the Scottish beauty driven to murder and madness by a bullying brother and a hotheaded lover.
Wlad makes it back to the elegant apartment he shares with his parents, his hotheaded brother and two strong-willed sisters.