hothead hothead


  1. (n) a belligerent grouch
  2. (n) a reckless impetuous irresponsible person


  1. It's a terrible, although not undeserved, legacy, since he's always been a hothead.
  2. The best way to prevent her from calling his bluff is in fact not to bluff--to be the kind of hothead who is crazy enough to do it.
  3. What worries him instead is an accidental confrontation, like a hothead in the IRGC firing a missile at one of our carriers in the Gulf.


  • Video: Javier Mascherano sent off for kicking medical cart driver

    Javier Mascherano is a bit of a hothead. This is hardly news to those who have followed his Argentina, Liverpool and Barcelona career. He makes lots of hard tackles, often gets sent off for them, and isn't exactly immune to getting sent off for other things.
    on June 12, 2013     Source:


  1. "He was a little bit of a hothead in 2000. He held a grudge and I think the passage of time has caused him to sort of say, 'You know what? Life is short and I'm going to be focused on doing what I think is right and not hold grudges or be angry...
    on Sep 17, 2008 By: Karl Rove Source: FOXNews

  2. "Hothead has DeathSpank and they have a chance to do something really cool with it," Holkins said.
    on Mar 26, 2010 By: Jerry Holkins Source: Gaming Target

  3. "I think he is growing up," Mann says of her husband of 12 years and father to daughters Maude, 11, and Iris, 6, who also show up in Funny People. "He has different things to say. He used to be more of a hothead, and he has calmed down a lot...
    on Jul 26, 2009 By: Leslie Mann Source: USA Today

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