Another word for heat
hotness, warmth, warmness, calefaction, calidity, torridity, high temperature, hot wind, heat wave, fever, hot weather, temperature, incandescence, tepidity, incalescence, sultriness, red heat, white heat, torridness, tropical heat, dog days*; see also warmth, weather.
A section of a race
Sources of heat
To make hot
cook, warm, fire, heat up, burn, enflame, inflame, kindle, enkindle, calcine, calefy, tepefy, subject to heat, put on the fire, make hot, make warm, calorify, smelt, scald, flush, carbonize, thaw, mull, boil, char, superheat, roast, chafe, seethe, oxidate, toast, oxidize, set fire to, melt, cauterize, sun, reheat, steam, incinerate, sear, singe, scorch, fuse, raise the temperature of, liquefy, gasify, fry, frizzle, use a blowtorch on, turn on the heat; see also burn 2, cook, ignite.
To become hot
glow, warm up, rise in temperature, become fevered, become feverish, grow hot, incandesce, blaze, flame, flush, seethe, burst into flame, kindle, ignite, liquefy, gasify, thaw, swelter, perspire, reek, begin to pant, record a higher temperature, reach a higher thermal register; see also boil 1, burn 1, sweat 1.
Another word for heatnoun
Intense warmth:fervor, hotness, torridity, torridness. See hot
Intensity of feeling or reaction:excitation, excitement, warmth. See excite, feelings, hot
A regular period of sexual excitement in female mammals:estrus, rut2, season. See sex
A member of a law-enforcement agency:bluecoat, finest, officer, patrolman, patrolwoman, peace officer, police, policeman, police officer, policewoman. (Informal) cop, law. (Slang) bull1, copper, flatfoot, fuzz, gendarme, man (often uppercase). (Chiefly British) bobby, constable, peeler. See law