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- adj. Excited or agitated; heated up.
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- adj. made warm or hot (`het' is a dialectal variant of `heated')
- adj. worked up emotionally by anger or excitement
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He didn't ever tell nobody about how he could get things het up and flaming.
So, when Clark came back from that, he was really het up about the South and there was another fellow in there named Jerome Frank who was a brilliant man, he got to be
If those one-worlders in Geneva are so het up about standardization, why don’t they adopt the American system?
'But me own eyes -' 'Don't git het up over it,' admonished Bettles, as the quick Celtic anger began to mount.
One time, after they left a village so het up against Whites they were looking with interest at Alvin's own scalp, Alvin got to feeling defiant and he said, "Why don't you have me tell them about how you and I and Taleswapper all got into Eight-Face Mound?"
"Armor-of-God says Harrison's telling lies, to try to get people het up against the Reds."
An’ your head’ll be all het up an’ feel as dry as burnt pork.