hotter

All Noun Adjective Adverb Verb
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  • I grew hotter still when I read his report in the paper the next morning. Cited from The Four Pools Mystery, by Jean Webster
  • Don't you see she'll be hotter than ever on this thing just now? Cited from The Fifth Wheel, by Olive Higgins Prouty
  • It could not at least be hotter under the trees than in the house. Cited from Roger Ingleton, Minor, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • As the days get hotter, the leaves turn a deep red color as they dry out.
  • A hot day in June is hotter than any other hot day. Cited from Gifts of Genius, by Various
  • This is about five times hotter than the surface of the sun.
  • There was no time to lose, and the iron would never be hotter than now. Cited from White Ashes, by Sidney R. Kennedy and Alden C. Noble
  • There have in other years been hotter specific summer months, though.
  • I was hotter than I had ever been in my life. Cited from Love Among the Chickens, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • The sun rose higher and hotter in the big blue bowl of sky. Cited from Across the Fruited Plain, by Florence Crannell Means
  • We can move the fire along a little nearer to make the rocks hotter. Cited from Left on Labrador, by Charles Asbury Stephens
  • When he is about to bed one woman, an even hotter woman calls the phone.
  • Few of those present had ever been in a hotter or better contested fight. Cited from True Blue, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • The fight had been hot before, but it became hotter still. Cited from Ronald Morton, or the Fire Ships, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • The sun is hotter than he ever felt it before. Cited from Impressions of a War Correspondent, by George Lynch
  • Unlike modern practice, the hotter part of the vessel was at the top.
  • Having rested through the hotter portion of the day, we took the road again at two. Cited from In Indian Mexico (1908), by Frederick Starr
  • During cool weather they lay down to rest but in hotter conditions they rested while standing up.
  • Keep in mind that the ground temperature in the sun is much hotter than the air temperature.
  • The day was beautiful, hotter a great deal than those the men were accustomed to. Cited from "Contemptible", by "Casualty"
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