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hothead

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhotheadhot‧head /ˈhɒthed $ ˈhɑːt-/ noun [countable]  CARELESSsomeone who does things too quickly without thinkinghotheaded /ˌhɒtˈhedɪd◂ $ ˌhɑːt-/ adjective
Examples from the Corpus
hotheadHe told everyone Norm was a hothead, a poor sport, a disgrace as a Catholic, and a lousy catcher.A month ago, hotheads cried that Rubin should be impeached for using pension-fund cash.On the other hand, there will always be hotheads.This was no unauthorised operation carried out by a bunch of freelance hotheads.His latest disciplinary bust-up has left senior Middlesex officials wondering whether they can ever tame the 22-year-old hothead.Two hotheads in a squad of four.
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