Need another word that means the same as “heated”? Find 18 synonyms and 30 related words for “heated” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Heated” are: heated up, het, het up, warmed up, vehement, passionate, impassioned, animated, spirited, lively, intense, fiery, fervid, excited, inflamed, worked up, wound up, keyed up
Heated as an Adjective
Definitions of "Heated" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “heated” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Made warm or hot.
- Inflamed with passion or conviction.
- Marked by emotional heat; vehement.
- Made warm or hot (`het' is a dialectal variant of `heated.
Synonyms of "Heated" as an adjective (18 Words)
|animated||Having life or vigor or spirit.|
An animated conversation.
|excited||Very enthusiastic and eager.|
The excited atom returns to its former energy state and emits light or other radiation.
|fervid||Extremely hot- Nathaniel Hawthorne- Frances Trollope.|
His fervid protestations of love.
|fiery||Having a passionate and quick-tempered nature.|
The car was painted a fiery red.
|heated up||Marked by emotional heat; vehement.|
He was all het up and sweaty.
|het up||In readiness.|
|impassioned||Characterized by intense emotion.|
An impassioned appeal.
|inflamed||(of a part of the body) red or swollen as a result of inflammation.|
The inflamed clouds at sunset.
|intense||Extremely sharp or intense.|
A burning and intense look.
|keyed up||Serving as an essential component.|
|lively||Full of spirit.|
A lively gait.
|passionate||Having, showing, or caused by strong feelings or beliefs.|
He s passionate about football.
|spirited||Made lively or spirited.|
A spirited campaigner for women s rights.
|vehement||Characterized by great force or energy.|
Vehement deluges of rain.
|warmed up||Having been warmed up.|
|wound up||Put in a coil.|
Usage Examples of "Heated" as an adjective
- A heated swimming pool.
- Wiped his heated-up face with a large bandana.
- A heated argument.
- She had a heated argument with an official.
Associations of "Heated" (30 Words)
|argue||Have an argument about something.|
It stands to reason she argued.
|argument||An independent variable associated with a function or proposition and determining its value For example in the expression y F x x the arguments of the function F are x and x and the value is y.|
They were involved in a violent argument.
|bicker||Argue about petty and trivial matters.|
Couples who bicker over who gets what from the divorce.
|cloture||Terminate debate by calling for a vote.|
A cloture motion.
|contention||The act of competing as for profit or a prize.|
The teams were in fierce contention for first place.
|contentiousness||An inclination to be quarrelsome and contentious.|
|contributor||Someone who contributes (or promises to contribute) a sum of money.|
Hunt was the largest contributor of hymns to these collections.
|controversial||Giving rise or likely to give rise to controversy or public disagreement.|
A controversial decision on affirmative action.
|controversy||Prolonged public disagreement or heated discussion.|
The announcement ended a protracted controversy.
|debate||An argument about a particular subject, especially one in which many people are involved.|
Members of the society debated for five nights.
|dialogue||Provide a film or play with a dialogue.|
Passages of dialogue.
|discussion||An extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic.|
The book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic.
|disputable||Capable of being disproved.|
Whether it can be described as art criticism may be disputable.
|elocution||A particular style of speaking.|
Lessons in singing and elocution.
|enthuse||Make (someone) interested and eagerly appreciative.|
They both enthused over my new look.
|fervent||Having or displaying a passionate intensity.|
A fervent desire to change society.
|fever||A state of nervous excitement or agitation.|
Quinine was used to reduce malarial fever.
|forum||A public facility to meet for open discussion.|
We hope these pages act as a forum for debate.
|hassel||Norwegian chemist noted for his research on organic molecules (1897-1981.|
|importune||Approach (someone) to request or offer sexual services, especially as a prostitute.|
The girl is charged with loitering in a public place with intent to solicit or importune another person.
|intensely||In an intense manner.|
The fire was burning intensely.
|interlocutor||A person who takes part in a conversation.|
Lash the horse.
|logician||An expert in or student of logic.|
A leading mathematical logician.
|panel||Decorate with panels.|
An interview panel.
|passion||Something that is desired intensely.|
Their all consuming passion for each other.
|strap||Secure a sprained joint with a strap.|
The goalkeeper s knee was strapped up.
|vigorously||In a way that involves physical strength, effort, or energy; strenuously.|
He vigorously denied the allegation.
|violently||In a violent manner.|
The aircraft began violently shaking.
|whip||Thrash about flexibly in the manner of a whiplash.|
The whip raised a red welt.