The ex-speaker's hot-blooded defense of his messy personal life has clicked with angry GOP voters.
Before this hot-blooded sale, the closest anyone ever came was a $140-million purchase in 2006, and it was a Jackson Pollock.
A thoroughbred, hot-blooded as it might be, was always sincere.
Dumoulin was hot-blooded, noisy, unmethodical, always in a state of fuss and fume!
I should say my sister was just a young, wild, highly sensitive, hot-blooded female of the species.
I know he is a hot-blooded old reprobate—that father of yours.
The Frenchmen, hot-blooded and mutinous, would have openly resisted had they not been in the minority.
Some are born phlegmatic, some are passionate and hot-blooded.
I trifled with one of your students, a reckless and hot-blooded man, and inspired him with a tyrannous passion.
I was hot-blooded in those days, and my honor was touched, but I never blamed her.
"passionate," 1590s; a relic of medieval physiology theory.