Similar words: earnestness, fitness, witness, softness, greatness, smartness, sweetness, brightness. Meaning: ['hɑtnɪs /'hɒtnɪs] n. 1. the presence of heat 2. a state of sexual arousal 3. a hot spiciness.
Random good picture Not show
1. I didn't even feel the hotness building up behind my eyeballs.
2. These foods reduce hotness and dryness.
3. How does the baby no suffer from hotness?
4. In a quiet afternoon, hotness made all people looked wan.
5. Dudule infant Hotness Clearing Treasures helps mother carefully to protect the baby.
6. Most people complain about hotness in summer, the fat in particular.
7. You're like an exothermic reaction, you spread your hotness everywhere!
8. The degree of hotness or coldness of a body or an environment.
9. New Hotness: A new search field added to Twitter sidebar.
10. A specific degree of hotness or coldness as indicated on or referred to a standard scale.
11. You certainly have some hotness, pain , stiffness , or aching somewhere in your body now.
12. The animal is not used to the hotness of its new habitat yet.
12. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and create good sentences.
13. He settled on Mr. De Lombaert, and the two, along with a third student, Alex Onsager, created Send Hotness. It let users send points to friends they considered "hot" and to compare "hotness" rankings.
14. On the clinical symptoms, there was a significant improvement in dryness, roughness and itch, but with no difference in the symptoms of tightness, scaliness, erosions and hotness.
15. Birkin leaned on the fence. A cow was breathing wet hotness on his hand.
16. Small tips: There are also many spicy cuisine here such as hotpot and spicy snake of dry pepper pot, and be careful for the hotness.
More similar words: earnestness, fitness, witness, softness, greatness, smartness, sweetness, brightness, not nearly, uselessness, selflessness, tactlessness, limitlessness, newness, oneness, slyness, illness, shyness, coldness, sadness, madness, finesse, harness, rudeness, awareness, likeness, nearness, tidiness, hardness, grimness.