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What is the opposite of chilled?

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Opposite of very low or below average in temperature
Opposite of not easily upset or excited
(of a person) Opposite of having the sensation of coldness often to the point of being uncomfortable
“If you're feeling warm, take off those extra layers.”
Opposite of an absence of stress or worry
“Even inside, door locked and security system activated, she was tense.”
Opposite of having a peaceful aspect
Opposite of having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
“You will abide by my strict rules to maintain absolute cleanliness and hygiene in my household!”
Opposite of gentle or pacific in nature or demeanor
(of the air or wind) Opposite of extremely cold
“Let's organize a picnic if this mild weather lasts over the weekend.”
(of food) Opposite of stored at a very low temperature in order to preserve it
“Once the sweet potatoes are done, we cut them in half and put the heated pork in there.”
Opposite of relaxed or leisurely
“We went away for a quick holiday but the kids made it rather stressful.”
Opposite of physically hurt, affected or killed by extreme cold
“They found many burnt mammals in bushland ravaged by bushfires.”
Opposite of free from strife or disturbance
“Margaret was relieved to be home after a busy day at the office.”
(of a person) Opposite of easy to access, approach or talk to
“He made himself unapproachable and, in many ways, the kind of person people would avoid.”
Opposite of chilled (stirred or shaken over ice) and served in a cocktail glass, with no ice
Opposite of past tense for to subject to cold temperatures
“A stronger greenhouse effect will probably warm the oceans and partially melt glaciers and other ice, increasing sea levels.”
Opposite of past tense for to cause to be scared or terrified
“Then the sweet singing of birds seemed to comfort her, and she dropped into a gentle sleep.”
Opposite of past tense for to diminish the confidence or courage of
“When he saw the results of his hard work at the gym, it appeared to encourage him even more.”
(informal) Opposite of past tense for to relax or spend time doing nothing
“Let's do something this weekend since it's sunny.”
(informal) Opposite of past tense for to relax after a period of work or tension
“I really do stress about every little thing.”
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