Designer Frida Giannini let the collection scream not-so-subtle sexuality, with florescent pinks, silk and red-hot silhouettes.
Despite his red-hot debate showings—and a retroactive win in Iowa—Senator Sweatervest was basically a nonfactor in Florida.
Incarceron by Catherine Fisher Disturbing but true: Dystopia is red-hot right now in children's literature.
He broke three of her ribs with an umbrella and on another occasion hit her with a red-hot poker.
On the red-hot issue of financial reform, the president and his party have the Republicans right where they want them.
Then, hie away, and they were once again in red-hot pursuit.
His own skin had sizzled under the red-hot brand, he murmured softly.
The breakfast was smoking on the red-hot coals, and outside the cabin all was dense gray fog.
A shower of red-hot stones warned him that he was near the volcano.
Old Billy saw a pair of red-hot tongs, which he picked up, and seized the devil by the nose.
late 14c., "heated till it glows red" (of metal, etc.); of persons, "lively, passionate," it is recorded from c.1600. Red-hot mama is 1926, jazz slang, "earthy female singer," also "girlfriend, lover."