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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhite-hotˌwhite-ˈhot adjective  1 TIHOTwhite-hot metal is so hot that it shines whitered-hot2 involving a lot of activity or strong feelingsred-hot white-hot passion
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white-hotA prickling sensation between my eyes made my nose run and white-hot adrenalin scalded the subcutaneous layer beneath my skin.white-hot angerThe Big Brother image evaporates in a white-hot explosion.They dislike each other with the white-hot intensity of a thousand suns.From the moment he appeared, bathed in white-hot light, Manson commanded the stage.Will I now, in a white-hot rage, offer my services to the Allies?Instinctively he rolled in the saddle and felt the white-hot stab of pain as something sharp scored a line across his shoulders.Did a white-hot surge of anger and disillusion count as a mitigating circumstance, disturbing the balance of the mind?
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