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The condition of being hot.
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  1. The condition of being hot.
Excitement or intensity, especially of emotion.
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  1. Excitement or intensity, especially of emotion.
  2. The state or quality of having, giving off, or keeping in a moderate degree of heat
  3. A moderate degree of heat; the sensation of being warm.
The state of being warm; warmth
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  1. The act of warming or heating.
  2. The state or condition of being heated.
  3. The state of being made warm
The property of being torrid.
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  1. The property of being torrid.
Any wind characterized by intense heat and low relative humidity
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  1. Any wind characterized by intense heat and low relative humidity
A period of unusually hot weather.
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  1. A period of unusually hot weather.
  2. A prolonged period of unusually hot weather, typically resulting from a slowly moving air mass of relatively high temperature
Any of various diseases characterized by abnormally high body temperature.
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  1. Any of various diseases characterized by abnormally high body temperature.
  2. A condition of heightened activity or excitement:
  3. A body temperature that is higher than normal, caused by an infection, ovulation, vigorous exercise, etc.; pyrexia
An abnormally high body temperature; a fever.
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  1. An abnormally high body temperature; a fever.
  2. The degree of heat of the atmosphere
  3. The degree of heat of a living body
The light emitted by an incandescent object.
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  1. The light emitted by an incandescent object.
  2. (Physics) the emission of visible light by a hot body
  3. The emission of visible light from a substance or object as a result of heating it to a high temperature. The color of the light emitted from solids and liquids is a function of their chemical structure and their temperature; the higher the temperature, the more intense and even the distribution of frequencies is (that is, higher temperatures create brighter and whiter light than lower temperatures).
The property of being tepid.
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  1. The property of being tepid.
The state of being incalescent, or growing warm.
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  1. The state of being incalescent, or growing warm.
The state or quality of being sultry.
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  1. The state or quality of being sultry.
The state of being at this temperature
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  1. The state of being at this temperature
  2. The temperature of something that is red-hot
  3. The temperature of a red-hot substance.
State or temperature at which matter emits white light
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  1. State or temperature at which matter emits white light
  2. A temperature at which material glows white
  3. The temperature or physical condition of a white-hot substance.
The property of being torrid.
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A period of stagnation.
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  1. A period of stagnation.
  2. The hot, sultry period of summer between early July and early September.
  3. The hot, uncomfortable days in July and August
Eagerness; enthusiasm; zeal
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  1. Eagerness; enthusiasm; zeal
  2. Emotional warmth; passion
  3. Intensity of emotion, especially strong desire, enthusiasm, or devotion.
Extreme, compelling emotion; intense emotional drive or excitement
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  1. Extreme, compelling emotion; intense emotional drive or excitement
  2. Any of the Gospel narratives of Jesus' Passion and of accompanying events
  3. Strong love or affection
Something that excites:
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  1. Something that excites:
  2. The condition of being excited.
  3. An exciting or being excited; agitation
The act of agitating or the state of being agitated.
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  1. The act of agitating or the state of being agitated.
  2. Emotional disturbance or excitement
  3. The stirring up of public interest in a matter of controversy, such as a political or social issue.
A violent disturbance or intense period of activity:
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  1. A violent disturbance or intense period of activity:
  2. Violent or frenzied action:
  3. Violence; vehemence; fierceness
The state or quality of being ferocious
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  1. The state or quality of being ferocious
The production achieved during such a period:
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  1. The production achieved during such a period:
  2. A straight course or short distance followed by an aircraft before dropping a bomb on a target.
  3. An inclined pathway or course
A part of a meal served as a unit at one time:
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  1. A part of a meal served as a unit at one time:
  2. (Sports) A designated route or area on which a race is held:
  3. A typical, natural, or customary manner of proceeding or developing:
(Law) A proceeding in which opposing parties in a dispute present evidence and make arguments on the application of the law before a judge or jury:
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  1. (Law) A proceeding in which opposing parties in a dispute present evidence and make arguments on the application of the law before a judge or jury:
  2. A formal adversarial proceeding to hear evidence and decide legal issues and claims. Trials are covered by established rules of courtroom procedure as well as rules of evidence.
  3. The act or process of testing, trying, or putting to the proof:
(Sports) A preliminary round or tournament for determining the contestants who qualify to play in the final round or in another tournament
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  1. (Sports) A preliminary round or tournament for determining the contestants who qualify to play in the final round or in another tournament
  2. A person who meets set requirements
  3. One who qualifies for something, especially a contestant who qualifies for a stage in a competition.
The zone of burning gases and fine suspended matter associated with rapid combustion; a hot, glowing mass of burning gas or vapor.
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  1. The zone of burning gases and fine suspended matter associated with rapid combustion; a hot, glowing mass of burning gas or vapor.
  2. The burning gas or vapor of a fire, seen as a flickering light of various colors; blaze
  3. A tongue of light rising from a fire
The discharge of firearms or artillery:
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  1. The discharge of firearms or artillery:
  2. Burning intensity of feeling; ardor or enthusiasm:
  3. A burning fuel:
Energy radiated or transmitted in the form of waves or particles.
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  1. Energy radiated or transmitted in the form of waves or particles.
  2. The emission or movement of such particles through space or a medium, such as air.
  3. The act or process of radiating:
The emission of radiation by unstable atomic nuclei undergoing radioactive decay .
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  1. The emission of radiation by unstable atomic nuclei undergoing radioactive decay .
  2. Spontaneous emission of radiation, either directly from unstable atomic nuclei or as a consequence of a nuclear reaction.
  3. Spontaneous emission of ionizing radiation as a consequence of a nuclear reaction, or directly from the breakdown of an unstable nucleus.
Energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation emitted from the Sun; especially that part of this energy that is converted into usable thermal or electrical energy by man.
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  1. Energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation emitted from the Sun; especially that part of this energy that is converted into usable thermal or electrical energy by man.
  2. The radiant energy emitted by the Sun.
  3. Energy derived from the Sun's radiation. Passive solar energy can be exploited through architectural design, as by positioning windows to allow sunlight to enter and help heat a space. Active solar energy involves the conversion of sunlight to electrical energy, especially in solar (photovoltaic) cells.
To prepare (food) for eating by subjecting to heat, as by boiling, baking, frying, etc.
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  1. To prepare (food) for eating by subjecting to heat, as by boiling, baking, frying, etc.
  2. To subject to heat or to some treatment suggestive of a heating process
  3. To prepare or treat by heating:
To become ardent, enthusiastic, or animated:
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  1. To become ardent, enthusiastic, or animated:
  2. To become warm:
  3. So as to be warm; warmly
To supply with fuel; tend the fire of
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  1. To supply with fuel; tend the fire of
  2. (--- Informal) To throw or propel with force and speed:
  3. To bake or dry by heating, as in a kiln:
To heat, to cause to become hotter.
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  1. To heat, to cause to become hotter.
To harden or glaze (bricks, pottery, etc.) by fire; fire
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  1. To harden or glaze (bricks, pottery, etc.) by fire; fire
  2. To harden or impart a finish to by subjecting to intense heat; fire:
  3. To be very hot; bake:
Alternative spelling of inflame.
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  1. Alternative spelling of inflame.
To become hot, feverish, swollen, red, sore, etc.
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  1. To become hot, feverish, swollen, red, sore, etc.
  2. To cause (the skin) to redden or grow hot, as from strong emotion or stimulants.
  3. To catch fire
To set on fire; ignite
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  1. To set on fire; ignite
  2. To light (a fire)
  3. To catch fire; burst into flame.
To stir up; arouse; excite
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  1. To stir up; arouse; excite
  2. To set afire; light.
  3. To catch fire.
To burn to ashes or powder
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  1. To burn to ashes or powder
  2. To heat (a substance) to a high temperature but below the melting or fusing point, causing loss of moisture, reduction or oxidation, and the decomposition of carbonates and other compounds.
  3. To heat something without melting in order to drive off water etc., and to decompose carbonates into oxides or to oxidize or reduce it; especially to heat limestone to form quicklime
(Obsolete) To make warm or hot
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  1. (Obsolete) To make warm or hot
  2. (Intransitive, obsolete) To become warm or hot
To make or become tepid
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  1. To make or become tepid
  2. To cause to become tepid
To melt or fuse (ores) in order to separate the metallic constituents.
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  1. To melt or fuse (ores) in order to separate the metallic constituents.
  2. To melt or fuse (ore, etc.) so as to separate impurities from pure metal
  3. To melt ores in order to extract the metals they contain. Oxide ores, such as iron ore, are smelted with carbon, which serves as a fuel and changes the ore into a reduced metal.
To affect with a sensation similar to that caused by hot liquid on the skin:
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  1. To affect with a sensation similar to that caused by hot liquid on the skin:
  2. To burn (a person, for example) with hot liquid or steam.
  3. To burn or injure with hot liquid or steam
To drive away with a rapid flow of a liquid:
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  1. To drive away with a rapid flow of a liquid:
  2. To drive or force into the open:
  3. To clean, rinse, or empty with a rapid flow of a liquid, especially water:
To treat, cover, or combine with carbon
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  1. To treat, cover, or combine with carbon
  2. To change into carbon, as by partial burning
  3. To turn something to carbon, especially by heating it; to scorch or blacken.
To get rid of the chill, stiffness, etc. resulting from extreme cold
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  1. To get rid of the chill, stiffness, etc. resulting from extreme cold
  2. To have its contents melt
  3. To become warm enough for snow and ice to melt.
To ruminate; ponder:
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  1. To ruminate; ponder:
  2. To think about extensively; ponder.
  3. To heat and spice (wine, for example).
To cook or clean by boiling.
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  1. To cook or clean by boiling.
  2. To change from a liquid to a vapor by the application of heat:
  3. To cook, process, or separate in boiling water or other liquid
To work as a charwoman.
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  1. To work as a charwoman.
  2. To burn slightly; scorch
  3. To burn the surface of; scorch.
To heat (steam or other vapor not in contact with its own liquid) beyond its saturation point at a given pressure.
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  1. To heat (steam or other vapor not in contact with its own liquid) beyond its saturation point at a given pressure.
  2. To heat (a liquid) above its boiling point without causing vaporization.
  3. To heat (steam not in contact with water) beyond its saturation point, so that a drop in temperature will not cause reconversion to water
To cook (something) with little or no moisture, as in an oven, over an open fire, or in hot embers
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  1. To cook (something) with little or no moisture, as in an oven, over an open fire, or in hot embers
  2. To cook with dry heat, as in an oven or near hot coals.
  3. To warm (oneself), as at a fireplace
To wear away or irritate by rubbing or friction:
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  1. To wear away or irritate by rubbing or friction:
  2. To become worn or sore from rubbing or friction:
  3. To warm by rubbing, as with the hands.
(Archaic) To boil.
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  1. (Archaic) To boil.
  2. To soak, steep, or saturate in liquid
  3. To cook by boiling
(Dated, chemistry) to oxidize
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To heat and brown (bread, for example) by placing in a toaster or an oven or close to a fire.
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  1. To heat and brown (bread, for example) by placing in a toaster or an oven or close to a fire.
  2. To warm thoroughly, as before a fire:
  3. To warm thoroughly
(Chemistry) To increase the valence (the positive charge) of an element by removing electrons.
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  1. (Chemistry) To increase the valence (the positive charge) of an element by removing electrons.
  2. To unite with oxygen, as in burning or rusting
  3. To remove electrons from (an atom or ion)
To become softened in feeling:
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  1. To become softened in feeling:
  2. To change from a solid to a liquid state by heating or being heated with sufficient energy at the melting point.
  3. To dissolve:
To deaden, as to feelings or moral scruples; callous.
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  1. To deaden, as to feelings or moral scruples; callous.
  2. To burn or sear with a cautery, as in surgical procedures.
  3. To burn with a hot needle, a laser, a caustic substance, or an electric current, so as to remove dead or unwanted tissue, prevent the spread of infection, seal blood vessels, etc.
Often Sun. A medium-sized, main-sequence star located in a spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy, orbited by all of the planets and other bodies in our solar system and supplying the heat and light that sustain life on Earth. Its diameter is approximately 1,392,000 million km (865,000 mi), and its mass, about 330,000 times that of Earth, comprises more than 99 percent of the matter in the solar system. It has a temperature of some 5.7 million degrees C (28.3 million degrees F) at its core, where nuclear fusion produces tremendous amounts of energy, mainly through the series of reactions known as the proton-proton chain . The energy generated in the core radiates through a radiation zone to an opaque convection zone, where it rises to the surface through convection currents of the Sun's plasma. The Sun's surface temperature (at its photosphere ) is approximately 6,200 degrees C (11,200 degrees F). Turbulent surface phenomena analogous to the Earth's weather are prevalent, including magnetic storms, sunspots, and solar flares. The Sun was formed along with the rest of the solar system about 4.5 billion years ago and is expected to run out of its current hydrogen fuel in another 5 billion years, at which point it will develop into a red giant and ultimately into a white dwarf.
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  1. Often Sun. A medium-sized, main-sequence star located in a spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy, orbited by all of the planets and other bodies in our solar system and supplying the heat and light that sustain life on Earth. Its diameter is approximately 1,392,000 million km (865,000 mi), and its mass, about 330,000 times that of Earth, comprises more than 99 percent of the matter in the solar system. It has a temperature of some 5.7 million degrees C (28.3 million degrees F) at its core, where nuclear fusion produces tremendous amounts of energy, mainly through the series of reactions known as the proton-proton chain . The energy generated in the core radiates through a radiation zone to an opaque convection zone, where it rises to the surface through convection currents of the Sun's plasma. The Sun's surface temperature (at its photosphere ) is approximately 6,200 degrees C (11,200 degrees F). Turbulent surface phenomena analogous to the Earth's weather are prevalent, including magnetic storms, sunspots, and solar flares. The Sun was formed along with the rest of the solar system about 4.5 billion years ago and is expected to run out of its current hydrogen fuel in another 5 billion years, at which point it will develop into a red giant and ultimately into a white dwarf.
  2. To expose oneself or itself to the sun.
  3. To expose to the sun's rays; warm, dry, bleach, tan, etc. in or as in the sunlight
To heat again; specif., to add heat to (a fluid), as in an afterburner
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  1. To heat again; specif., to add heat to (a fluid), as in an afterburner
To treat with, or expose to the action of, steam; cook, soften, remove, open, etc. by using steam
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  1. To treat with, or expose to the action of, steam; cook, soften, remove, open, etc. by using steam
  2. To give off steam or a steamlike vapor, esp. condensed water vapor
  3. To become covered with condensed steam
To cause to burn to ashes.
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  1. To cause to burn to ashes.
  2. To burn to ashes; burn up; cremate
  3. To burn completely.
To dry up; wither
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  1. To dry up; wither
  2. To char, scorch, or burn the surface of.
  3. To brand or cauterize with a hot iron
To burn superficially or slightly
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  1. To burn superficially or slightly
  2. To burn off the feathers or bristles of (a carcass of a bird or animal) by subjecting briefly to flame.
  3. To burn the nap from (cloth) as a process of manufacture
To char, discolor, or damage the surface of by superficial burning
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  1. To char, discolor, or damage the surface of by superficial burning
  2. To parch, shrivel, or spoil by too intense heat; wither
  3. To dry out or wither with intense heat:
To join (different pieces or elements) together physically, as by melting or heating:
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  1. To join (different pieces or elements) together physically, as by melting or heating:
  2. To melt something, such as metal or glass, by heating.
  3. To become liquefied from heat.
To condense (a gas) by cooling.
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  1. To condense (a gas) by cooling.
  2. To cause to become liquid, especially:
  3. To melt (a solid) by heating.
To convert into or become gas.
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  1. To convert into or become gas.
  2. To change into gas
  3. To convert into gas, or an aeriform fluid, as by the application of heat, or by chemical processes.
To subject or be subjected to the painful or destructive effects of intense heat
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  1. To subject or be subjected to the painful or destructive effects of intense heat
  2. (Slang) To destroy (electronic circuitry) with excessive heat or current:
  3. To cook or be cooked in a pan or on a griddle over direct heat, usually in hot fat or oil
(Intransitive) to fry noisily
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  1. (Intransitive) to fry noisily
  2. To form or cause to be formed into small tight curls; frizz.
  3. To scorch or sear with heat.
To flush; blush.
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  1. To flush; blush.
  2. To gleam; flash; light up
  3. To have a bright, warm, usually reddish color:
To make or become incandescent.
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  1. To make or become incandescent.
  2. To cause to be (to become) incandescent, especially by the application of heat
To shine or be resplendent with:
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  1. To shine or be resplendent with:
  2. To give off a strong, vivid light; shine very brightly; glare
  3. To burn with a bright flame.
The hot, glowing mixture of burning gases and tiny particles that arises from combustion. Flames get their light either from the fluorescence of molecules or ions that have become excited, or from the incandescence of solid particles involved in the combustion process, such as the carbon particles from a candle.
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  1. The hot, glowing mixture of burning gases and tiny particles that arises from combustion. Flames get their light either from the fluorescence of molecules or ions that have become excited, or from the incandescence of solid particles involved in the combustion process, such as the carbon particles from a candle.
  2. To light up with color as if blazing; grow red or hot
  3. To burn with a blaze of light; burst into flame
To become red in the face, as with embarrassment or anger; blush
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  1. To become red in the face, as with embarrassment or anger; blush
  2. To glow, especially with a reddish color:
  3. To glow
To boil (something).
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  1. To boil (something).
  2. To be violently excited or agitated:
  3. To soak, steep, or saturate in liquid
To cause to glow; light up:
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  1. To cause to glow; light up:
  2. To catch fire; burst into flame.
  3. To light (a fire)
To cause to burn:
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  1. To cause to burn:
  2. To set fire to; cause to burn
  3. To catch on fire; start burning
To melt (a solid) by heating.
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  1. To melt (a solid) by heating.
  2. To cause to become liquid, especially:
  3. To condense (a gas) by cooling.
To convert into or become gas.
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  1. To convert into or become gas.
  2. To change into gas
  3. To convert into gas, or an aeriform fluid, as by the application of heat, or by chemical processes.
To have its contents melt
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  1. To have its contents melt
  2. To change from a frozen solid to a liquid by gradual warming.
  3. To become warm enough for snow and ice to melt.
(Intransitive) To perspire greatly from heat.
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  1. (Intransitive) To perspire greatly from heat.
  2. To be or feel uncomfortably hot; sweat, feel weak, etc. from great heat
  3. (Intransitive) To suffer terribly from intense heat.
To expel through external pores; exude.
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  1. To expel through external pores; exude.
  2. To excrete perspiration through the pores of the skin.
  3. To give forth (a characteristic salty moisture) through the pores of the skin; sweat
(Chiefly British) To smoke, steam, or fume.
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  1. (Chiefly British) To smoke, steam, or fume.
  2. To give off a strong unpleasant odor:
  3. To emit or exude (vapor, fumes, etc.)
Intense heat
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  1. Intense heat
  2. Great warmth of emotion; ardor; zeal
The condition of being hot.
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  1. The condition of being hot.
The property of being torrid.
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  1. The property of being torrid.
The property of being torrid.
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(Physiology) The activity produced in an organ, tissue, or part, such as a nerve cell, as a result of stimulation.
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  1. (Physiology) The activity produced in an organ, tissue, or part, such as a nerve cell, as a result of stimulation.
  2. The activity produced in an organ, tissue, or cell of the body that is caused by stimulation, especially by a nerve or neuron.
  3. An exciting or being excited
The condition of being excited.
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  1. The condition of being excited.
  2. Something that excites:
  3. An exciting or being excited; agitation
Friendliness, kindness, or affection:
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  1. Friendliness, kindness, or affection:
  2. A moderate degree of heat; the sensation of being warm.
  3. Excitement or vigor of feeling; enthusiasm, ardor, zeal, etc.
The periodic state of sexual excitement in the female of most mammals, excluding humans, that immediately precedes ovulation and during which the female is most receptive to mating; heat.
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  1. The periodic state of sexual excitement in the female of most mammals, excluding humans, that immediately precedes ovulation and during which the female is most receptive to mating; heat.
  2. The period of this when the female will accept mating with the male, characterized by changes in the sex organs
  3. A regularly recurring period in female mammals other than humans during which the animal is sexually receptive. Estrus occurs around the time of ovulation.
The period during which this condition occurs.
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  1. The period during which this condition occurs.
  2. A groove, furrow, or track, esp. one made in the ground by the passage of wheeled vehicles
  3. The periodic sexual excitement, or heat, of certain mammals: applied esp. to males, often specif. to those male ruminants in which it occurs once a year
One of four natural divisions of the year—spring, summer, autumn, and winter—in temperate zones. Each season has its own characteristic weather and lasts approximately three months. The change in the seasons is brought about by the shift in the angle at which the Sun's rays strike the Earth. This angle changes as the Earth orbits in its yearly cycle around the Sun due to the tilt of the Earth's axis. For example, when the northern or southern hemisphere of the Earth is at an angle predominantly facing the Sun and has more daylight hours of direct, overhead sunlight than nighttime hours, it is in its summer season; the opposite hemisphere is in then opposite condition and is in its winter season.
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  1. One of four natural divisions of the year—spring, summer, autumn, and winter—in temperate zones. Each season has its own characteristic weather and lasts approximately three months. The change in the seasons is brought about by the shift in the angle at which the Sun's rays strike the Earth. This angle changes as the Earth orbits in its yearly cycle around the Sun due to the tilt of the Earth's axis. For example, when the northern or southern hemisphere of the Earth is at an angle predominantly facing the Sun and has more daylight hours of direct, overhead sunlight than nighttime hours, it is in its summer season; the opposite hemisphere is in then opposite condition and is in its winter season.
  2. A suitable, natural, or convenient time:
  3. A recurrent period characterized by certain occurrences, occupations, festivities, or crops:
A policeman
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  1. A policeman
  2. A U.S. soldier of the 19th cent.
  3. A person who wears a blue uniform, especially a police officer.
(Informal) The members of the police force (of a specified city)
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  1. (Informal) The members of the police force (of a specified city)
One who holds an office of authority or trust in an organization, such as a corporation or government.
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  1. One who holds an office of authority or trust in an organization, such as a corporation or government.
  2. A person licensed in the merchant marine as master, mate, chief engineer, or assistant engineer.
  3. A person who holds a position (office) of trust, command, or authority. In public affairs, the term usually applies to a person who holds a government position and is authorized to perform certain functions. In corporate law, it is a person appointed or elected by the company’s board of directors. The term usually implies some form of tenure, duration, and emolument. A person who holds a position (office) of trust, command, or authority. In public affairs, the term usually applies to a person who holds a government position and is authorized to perform certain functions. In corporate law, it is a person appointed or elected by the company’s board of directors. The term usually implies some form of tenure, duration, and emolument.
A policeman who patrols or polices an assigned area.
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  1. A policeman who patrols or polices an assigned area.
  2. A police officer, especially a junior one who does patrol instead of detection or supervising other policemen.
  3. A person who patrols; esp., a police officer assigned to patrol a specific beat
  1. A female patrolman
  2. A policewoman who patrols or polices an assigned area.
A law enforcement officer, such as a sheriff, who is responsible for maintaining civil peace.
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  1. A law enforcement officer, such as a sheriff, who is responsible for maintaining civil peace.
  2. An officer entrusted with maintaining law and order, as a sheriff, constable, or policeman
The governmental department (of a city, state, etc.) organized for keeping order, enforcing the law, and preventing, detecting, and prosecuting crimes
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  1. The governmental department (of a city, state, etc.) organized for keeping order, enforcing the law, and preventing, detecting, and prosecuting crimes
  2. (Archaic) The regulation within a community of morals, safety, sanitation, etc.; public order; law enforcement
  3. A body of government employees trained in methods of law enforcement and crime prevention and detection and authorized to maintain the peace, safety, and order of the community.
A member of a police force, especially one who is male.
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  1. A member of a police force, especially one who is male.
  2. A man who is a member of a police force.
A policeman or policewoman.
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  1. A policeman or policewoman.
  2. A member of a police force
  3. An officer in a law enforcement agency.
A female police officer.
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  1. A female police officer.
  2. A woman who is a member of a police force.
A cone-shaped roll of thread or yarn coiled round a spindle
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  1. A cone-shaped roll of thread or yarn coiled round a spindle
  2. A police officer.
  3. One that regulates certain behaviors or actions:
Common law, as distinguished from equity
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  1. Common law, as distinguished from equity
  2. The system of judicial administration giving effect to the laws of a community:
  3. Something, such as an order or a dictum, having absolute or unquestioned authority:
A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Jean Baptiste François Bulliard (1752-1793).
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  1. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Jean Baptiste François Bulliard (1752-1793).
  2. A person regarded as like a bull in size, strength, etc.
  3. An official document, edict, or decree, esp. one from the pope
A reddish-brown, ductile, malleable metallic element that is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity. It is widely used for electrical wires, water pipes, and rust-resistant parts, either in its pure form or in alloys such as brass and bronze. Atomic number 29; atomic weight 63.546; melting point 1,083°C; boiling point 2,595°C; specific gravity 8.96; valence 1, 2.
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  1. A reddish-brown, ductile, malleable metallic element that is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity. It is widely used for electrical wires, water pipes, and rust-resistant parts, either in its pure form or in alloys such as brass and bronze. Atomic number 29; atomic weight 63.546; melting point 1,083°C; boiling point 2,595°C; specific gravity 8.96; valence 1, 2.
  2. A coin, usually of small denomination, made of copper or a copper alloy.
  3. (Slang, law enforcement) A policeman.
A condition in which a foot has a flat or dropped instep arch, with the entire sole meeting the ground
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  1. A condition in which a foot has a flat or dropped instep arch, with the entire sole meeting the ground
  2. A person having the above condition
  3. (Colloquial, archaic, pejorative, law enforcement) (plural typically flatfoots) A policeman
(Slang, dated, with "the") The police.
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  1. (Slang, dated, with "the") The police.
  2. A mass or coating of fine, light fibers, hairs, or particles; down:
  3. A blurred, distorted audio effect deliberately produced when amplifying the sounds of an electronic musical instrument, as by overloading an amplification circuit
A police officer; esp., a French police officer
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  1. A police officer; esp., a French police officer
  2. A member of the gendarmerie, a military body charged with police duties.
  3. A member of the French national police organization constituting a branch of the armed forces with responsibility for general law enforcement.
(Slang) A person or group felt to be in a position of power or authority. Used with the:
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  1. (Slang) A person or group felt to be in a position of power or authority. Used with the:
  2. (Informal) Used as a familiar form of address for a man:
  3. Any extinct hominid, as Neanderthal man
(Brit., Informal) A British policeman
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  1. (Brit., Informal) A British policeman
  2. A police officer.
  3. A diminutive of the male given name Robert.
A medieval officer of high rank, usually serving as military commander in the absence of a monarch.
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  1. A medieval officer of high rank, usually serving as military commander in the absence of a monarch.
  2. (Chiefly British) A police officer.
  3. A peace officer in a town or village, with powers and jurisdiction somewhat more limited than those of a sheriff
One that peels, especially a kitchen implement for peeling the rinds or skins from fruits or vegetables.
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  1. One that peels, especially a kitchen implement for peeling the rinds or skins from fruits or vegetables.
  2. A person whose job it is to peel fruit or vegetable produce.
  3. (Pejorative, slang) A woman (less commonly a man) who removes her clothing for entertainment. A stripper.
Find another word for heat. In this page you can discover 168 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for heat, like: hotness, warmth, warmness, calefaction, calidity, torridity, , hot-wind, heat-wave, fever and null.