febricity, feverishness, flush, redness.
3. heat wave, hot streak, sultriness, dog days; swelter, summer, oppressive or tropical heat.
4. warmth, intensity, vehemence, passion, ardor, fervor, fervidness, zeal, eagerness, enthusiasm; exhilaration, excitement, arousal, stimulation, agitation, furor. -v. 5. Often heat up reheat, warm up or over, make hot or warm, Obs. chafe, precook, parboil; cook, bake, microwave, fire, kiln; toast, broil, char-broil, grill, barbecue; sautú, braise, panfry, brown, fry, griddle, frizzle, fricassee; brew, mull; superheat, boil, bring to a boil, seethe, stew, simmer, steam, scald; parch, roast, torrefy, scorch, singe, sear, cauterize; burn, overcook, char, carbonize, cremate, incinerate, deflagrate; (all of metals) melt or melt down, fuse, smelt, cupel, scorify.
6. warm, enthuse, inspirit, enliven, animate, flush; excite, arouse, stimulate, quicken, rouse, stir, awaken, kindle, spark, set in motion; inflame, impassion, fire up, light a fire under [s.o.], set on fire, ignite, heated, adj. 1. heated up, warmed or warmed up, Obs. chafed, reheated, warmed over; baked, cooked, toasted.
2. excited, exhilarated, Inf. psyched or psyched up, enthusiastic, enlivened, inspired, animated; inflamed, fiery, vehement, passionate, impassioned, worked-up, stimulated, aroused, Inf. hot, Inf hot under the collar; ardent, eager, fervent, fervid, perfervid, frenzied, frenetic, frantic. heater, n. radiator, steam heater, electric heater, gas heater, infrared heater; furnace, incinerator, forge, fireplace; stove, range, oven, kiln, microwave oven, toast-er-oven, toaster, hot plate, cooker; brazier, foot warmer, hot-water bottle, heating pad, electric blanket, heathen, n. 1. unbeliever, infidel, pagan, Islam. kaffir, gentile; atheist, freethinker, disbeliever, nulli-fidian; agnostic, skeptic, Pyrrhonist, doubter, Doubting Thomas; iconoclast, secularist; apostate, heretic, backslider, antichrist.
2. primitive, aboriginal, barbarian, philistine; savage, Caliban; idolator, sun worshipper, fire worshipper.
-adj. 3. heathenish, infidel, pagan, gentile, godless; atheistic, freethinking, disbelieving, nullifidian; agnostic, skeptical, cynical, doubting, Pyrrhonistic, iconoclastic; irreligious, worldly, secularist, irreverent, scoffing; heretical, not-born-again, unsaved, unchristian, impenitent, unrepentant, living in a state of sin, bound for hell.
4. unenlightened, primitive, philistine, untamed, uncivilized; barbarous, idolatrous, savage, brutish; polytheistic, pantheistic, voodooistic. heave, v. 1. raise, hoist, lift, boost; uprear, upraise, upheave, lever.
2. fling, cast, throw, toss; hurl, sling, catapult, launch; dart, Brit. SI.
bung, fire, shoot, let sail or fly; dash, chuck, pitch, peg, send, Inf. put some oomph into it; All Baseball, throw smoke, put smoke on it, bear down, throw a high, hard one.
3. pant, gasp, puff, blow, sigh, suspire; palpitate, throb, billow, surge.
4. vomit, retch, regurgitate, disgorge, throw up, SI. frow up, spit up; be sick to one's stomach, Inf. have the throw-ups, get the dry heaves, SI.puke, SI.barf, SI.upchuck, SI.toss one's cookies, SI.return one's breakfast, SI.blow lunch.
5. haul, pull, tug, yank; put one's back into it, put some muscle behind it, grunt and groan. heaven, n. 1. paradise, bliss, abode of God, infinity, life everlasting; hereafter, life to come, world to come, next world, afterworld, sweet by-and-by; our Father's