He's a bit of a hothead who gets flustered easily.
He's a violent hothead who's clearly on a collision course with his destiny.
During the Cuban missile crisis it was Guevara who emerged as the hothead , urging Castro to unleash his missiles on the United States.
I said hot-headedly . ‘Look at you in your fancy-pants shirt, shorts and Jesus sandals - you're marinating in the sun, and you'll be eaten for roast dinner!’
Ask any beat cop, the hotheads are growing in number, including within the greener ranks of the police force itself.
That is what he was protecting rather hot-headedly and with too much emphasis, because it was a jewel to him of the rarest price.
Wilfully putting yourself into a situation where there is a high risk that you will not survive is different from hot-headedly throwing yourself into the path of danger.
And if it does refer to hot-headedness , is it any surprise that it was applied widely among the hot-headed Zealots?
Whether they are hotheads or cool schemers, their intransigent speeches act as balm to their audience's wounds.
With his hot-headedness of before now under control, and having stepped out from under the shadow of his big brother, he is maturing into a very good driver.