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Synonyms for heat

warm (up)

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hot weather

get heated up

Synonyms

  • get excited
  • be stimulated
  • be stirred
  • become animated
  • be roused
  • be inflamed
  • be inspirited
  • become impassioned

heat up: intensify

heat up: warm up

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  • warm up
  • get hotter
  • become hot
  • rise in temperature
  • become warm
  • grow hot

Synonyms for heat

intense warmth

intensity of feeling or reaction

a regular period of sexual excitement in female mammals

Synonyms for heat

the sensation caused by heat energy

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the trait of being intensely emotional

applies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity

a preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race

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provide with heat

arouse or excite feelings and passions

gain heat or get hot

References in classic literature ?
Good additional heat for the sun," replied Michel Ardan, "of which the inhabitants of Uranus or Neptune would doubtless not complain; they must be perished with cold on their planets.
And this theory allows us to infer that the heat of the solar disc is fed by a hail of meteors falling incessantly on its surface.
They have even calculated," continued the imperturbable Barbicane, "that the shock of each meteor on the sun ought to produce a heat equal to that of 4,000 masses of coal of an equal bulk.
And since breakfast Chief Inspector Heat had not managed to get anything to eat.
Chief Inspector Heat, an efficient officer of his department, stood his ground, but for a whole minute he did not advance.
Chief Inspector Heat, bending forward over the table in a gingerly and horrified manner, let him run on.
The descent, of course, is effected by lowering the heat of the cylinder, and letting the temperature abate.
A calorifere to produce the changes of temperature, and a cylinder to generate the heat, are neither inconvenient nor heavy.
The heat of the conflagration had at length overcome the resistance of the spring, and the fire was slowly stealing along the half-dried moss; while a dead pine kindled with the touch of a forked flame, that, for a moment, wreathed around the stem of the tree, as it whined, in one of its evolutions, under the influence of the air.
At the next instant Natty rushed through the steams of the spring, and appeared on the terrace, without his deerskin cap, his hair burnt to his head, his shirt, of country check, black and filled with holes, and his red features of a deeper color than ever, by the heat he had encountered.
When I saw them clear red, I let them stand in that heat about five or six hours, till I found one of them, though it did not crack, did melt or run; for the sand which was mixed with the clay melted by the violence of the heat, and would have run into glass if I had gone on; so I slacked my fire gradually till the pots began to abate of the red colour; and watching them all night, that I might not let the fire abate too fast, in the morning I had three very good (I will not say handsome) pipkins, and two other earthen pots, as hard burnt as could be desired, and one of them perfectly glazed with the running of the sand.
The reason why I could not go naked was, I could not bear the heat of the sun so well when quite naked as with some clothes on; nay, the very heat frequently blistered my skin: whereas, with a shirt on, the air itself made some motion, and whistling under the shirt, was twofold cooler than without it.
The heat did not go with the daylight; on the contrary, it was now still hotter under the blue rays of the moon.
We were beginning literally to die of heat, hunger and thirst.
But the cook answered, 'There is heat enough there; see for yourself.