Crossword clues for heated
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
heated \heated\ adj.
characterized by great warmth and intensity of feeling; as, a heated argument. Opposite of dispassionate, passionless. [WordNet sense 1]
Syn: ardent, fervent, fervid, fiery, hot, impassioned, perfervid, torrid.
supplied with a mechanism for heating; -- of structures or devices; as, a heated fishing cabin. Opposite of unheated. [WordNet sense 2]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
in figurative sense "agitated, inflamed," 1590s, past participle adjective from heat (v.). Related: Heatedly.
very agitated, angry or impassioned v
(en-past of: heat)
Heated may refer to:
- Heated (Big Sugar album), a 1998 rock album
- Heated (Sean T album), a 2000 hip hop album
Heated is the fourth album by Canadian rock band Big Sugar, released on the A&M Records label. It was released in the United States in 1999 on Capricorn Records with an alternate album cover. The US release also includes the hit track " Diggin' a Hole" from Hemi-Vision, which was not released in the US. The album was certified Platinum in Canada, selling over 100,000 copies.
The album features a cover of Bachman–Turner Overdrive's " Let it Ride".
Heated is the third album by Sean T. It was released on September 9, 2000 for his own label Get Gone Records and was entirely produced by Sean T.
Usage examples of "heated".
But in the Senate the discussions became heated, with Adams taking part more than the members deemed appropriate.
Back at their apartment, Andi dialed her mother from the living room phone while Lena heated black beans and steamed rice for burritos.
She heated small round stones in the fire and put them in the asphaltum, and then lined the bottle, making it tight.
Checked for human biocompatibility, mashed and heated with streamwater, the paste gave off a fructifying aroma.
What if your leg is fully extended when the brakes were on full and the pedal level dropped or the brakes started to fade during a real heated drive?
Thus in the depopulated caravansary the little band of connoisseurs jealously bide themselves during the heated season, enjoying to the uttermost the delights of mountain and seashore that art and skill have gathered and served to them.
A great iron kettle was filled with water and warmed by heated stones for the company to wash there before eating, the Celts surprising her with their fastidiousness.
Four previous ten-micron emission sources had proved to be false alarmssuper-giants with circumstellar emission shells that were probably heated dust grains, not worth slowing down for.
Julian and the rest at the table was merely a heated discussion abruptly cut off by an overwrought Christian zealot who, like all his coreligionists, took himself far too seriously for polite company.
Water still warm from contact with the heated stone ran through the cracks at his feet.
In payment for your heated words to Drago, I will allow you to wait now, rather than explaining this ritual.
Season with paprika or a dash of cayenne, and when thoroughly heated stir in the yolks of two eggs, diluted with a little hot cream.
Beat to a smooth, thin batter two eggs, three spoonfuls of milk and a little flour, season, dip each piece of the chicken in this batter and fry a rich brown in the heated butter.
The system, electrodeless, electrothermal, radio-frequency heated, and magnetically vectored, had been designed during the late 1990s, but not actively developed until President Culpepper took the decision to push for a Mars mission as the natural second step after the establishment of Moonbase.
Larissa imagined heated desire in them when he was only admiring her beauty over the entree, well, that was to his good.