One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘he might be 40, but he's still extremely hawt’non-standard spelling of hot‘it takes some time to get used to—104 degrees is hawt!’
- ‘I met this very hawt girl and realised I can't hit on her.’
- ‘She'd look hawt in a burlap sack, much less the sexy costumes she graced the movie with.’
- ‘Sphinxie as always was well-dressed, looking super hawt.’
- ‘What kind of women do men find "hawt"?’
- ‘My goodness could you say no to that hawt man?’
- ‘She'll turn out to be totally hawt in college.’
- ‘The hawt, sultry jazz and blues singer works her magic.’
- ‘That liquid metal finish is hawt!’
- ‘That guitar is sounding hawt!’
- ‘It was really liberating to me when I found out how many men do find squishiness hawt.’
Late 19th century: representing an exaggerated pronunciation of hot.
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