Hothead Meaning in Hindi


  1. 1. उतावला (p. utavala )
  2. 2. क्रोधी वय्क्ति (p. krodhi vaykti )

Hothead Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. A belligerent grouch

Hothead Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "It is the unemotional, reserved, calm, detached warrior who wins, not the hothead seeking vengeance and not the ambitious seeker of fortune."
- Sun Tzu, The Art of War

2. "There was a time when I was a hothead, and my temper wreaked havoc in my life until I learned to take myself out of the center of the circle. The real key to staying cool and calm is to relinquish selfishness and always consider the feelings of others."
- Ben Carson, One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America's Future

3. "Professor Winthrop delivered an influential lecture at Harvard proposing the earthquake might have been caused by heat and pressure below the surface of the earth. With God’s help, of course, but God comes off as an engineer instead of a hothead vigilante.)"
- Sarah Vowell, The Wordy Shipmates

4. "Complete destruction, agreed the inspector. And all because of some hothead – appropriate term, we’re thinking – getting hysterical and setting fire to just one house in the street. At least it has allayed your reports of vampires, said Stoker. The inspector snorted. Vampires! We knew there was no such thing right from the start. And yet you were not prepared to enter the house and prove it, I said."
- Raymond Buckland, A Mistake Through the Heart

5. "I do not think I was a hothead—not then and not now. I thought I was right. I had read the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bible. Segregation seemed evil from the time I was a boy. Slavery is an abomination on the American soul, ineradicable stain on our body politic. But Penn Center lit a fire that has never gone out, and the election of President Barack Obama was one of the happiest days of my life."
- Pat Conroy, A Lowcountry Heart: Reflections on a Writing Life

6. "And she thought, Who the hell are you, Mister? But his eyes were blue and his hair was thick, and his arms were strong and sinewy. He had a Nevada tan, desert tan, wherever he’d been living, wherever he sometimes went. He was gorgeous, that hothead. She put an orange segment in her mouth, held it out toward his mouth, leaned in, rolled on top of him, her body over his, and he bit into the orange, gulped it even, made his mouth ready for more, for her, like he’d been starving."
- Monica Drake, The Folly of Loving Life

7. "... so much of James Bond was Ian Fleming himself. Ian was never able to write about anything he did not know, or any place he had not been. James Bond had been around for a long time -- as long, in fact, as Ian Fleming had been dreaming himself into fantasy situations. When he finally emerged on paper, 007 was a toughened-up younger-brother version of Ian himself: more straightforward, less interesting, the kind of young hothead Ian might have been had he not valued power above adventure."
- Henry Chancellor, James Bond: The Man And His World: The Official Companion To Ian Fleming's Creation

8. "Ian nodded. Do not question her, he told himself. Not when she is in a state like this. Still, it was a pity to attack them with such force. Especially the girl, Amy. He'd never met anyone like her. Shy. Gentle. With an exciting edge of hostility. So unlike the girls back home, who flung themselves at him so often that his chauffeurs traveled with first-aid kits. Doesn't she know better? Isn't she smart enough to stop the hunt? It was the boy and the au pair. He was a pint-sized hothead. She was a collection of piercings and piggishness. If only Amy and Dan had stayed trapped in the cave in Seoul, at least long enough to get discouraged. Why did they antagonize Mother? They don't know what it's like to live with her. "Right you are," Ian said. "They're asking for it. Heaven forbid they listen to the brains of the outfit." "And that would be–?" Isabel asked. Ian looked away. "Well, the sister, I'd say. Amy." He felt a smile inching across his face. "Ian?" His mother grabbed his wrist"
- Peter Lerangis, The Viper's Nest

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