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What is another word for heated?

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Adjective
Having been made warm or hot
“For a healthy breakfast, lunch or dinner, place a heated serving of Brussels sprouts in a bowl and top with a fried egg.”
Adjective
Somewhat warm or hot in temperature
“He murmured between kisses, the heated warmth of his breath mingling with hers.”
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Inflamed with passion or conviction
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“However, that year, when Brazil and France entered the World Cup final, the two often engaged in heated arguments on the winner.”
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Very agitated, typically with anger
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“It is so odd to me that hay can be such a controversial hot topic, but I have watched and heard more people get heated over discussing hay than I can believe.”
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Showing strong feeling or passion
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Extremely hot or torrid
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Being in a state of increased activity
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High in tension or levels of conflict
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Interesting and lively
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Strongly wanting to do or have something
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Subjected to fire
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Of food, that has been prepared by cooking
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Baked by the heat of the sun
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Requiring sensitive or careful handling
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Mulled or flavoured
Verb
Past tense for to cause an increase in temperature of an object or space
“Warmer temperatures would heat the ice mass, causing a dense fog to form.”
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(heat up) Past tense for to become hot or hotter
“Daily temperatures should gradually begin to heat up as summer approaches.”
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Past tense for to cook or prepare food by applying heat to it
“The truth is, Dad and I are both terrible cooks and we're hoping you'll heat the lasagna and save us from disaster.”
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("heat up", figuratively) Past tense for to become more intense and exciting
“Things, of course, begin to heat up when two girls move in next door.”
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("heat up", figuratively) Past tense for to become increasingly angry
“Donny began to heat up after reading the false news reports about him and quickly reached for his phone to vent his frustrations on Twitter.”
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