Hot Air Balloon Rides Kitchener has Publish by Layla Connor in Category kitchen at December 18th, 2017. Tagged with air. balloon. hot. kitchener. rides.
As adjective [hot·ter, hot·test.]
Having Or Giving Off Heat; Having A High Temperature: A Hot Fire; Hot Coffee.
Having Or Causing A Sensation Of Great Bodily Heat; Attended With Or Producing Such A Sensation: He Was Hot With Fever.
Creating A Burning Sensation, As On The Skin Or In The Throat: This Ointment Is Hot, So Apply It Sparingly.
Sharply Peppery Or Pungent: Is This Mustard Hot?
Having Or Showing Intense Or Violent Feeling; Ardent; Fervent; Vehement; Excited: A Hot Temper.
Having A Strong Enthusiasm; Eager: A Hot Baseball Fan.
Violent, Furious, Or Intense: The Hottest Battle Of The War.
Strong Or Fresh, As A Scent Or Trail.
Absolutely New; Fresh: A Dozen New Mystery Stories Hot From The Press.
Requiring Immediate Delivery Or Correspondence; Demanding Priority: The Hot Freight Must Be Delivered By 10:00 A.m. Tomorrow, Or We'll Lose The Contract.
Skillful In A Reckless Or Daring Way: A Hot Pilot.
Following Very Closely; Close: To Be Hot On The Trail Of A Thief.
(of Colors) Extremely Intense: Hot Pink.
Popular And Commercially Successful; In Demand; Marketable: The Beatles Were A Hot Group In The 1960s.
Extremely Lucky, Good, Or Favorable: A Poker Player Has To Have A Hot Hand To Win The Pot.
(in Sports And Games) Playing Well Or Winningly; Scoring Effectively: A Hot Pitcher.
Funny; Absurd: That's A Hot One!
Close To The Object Or Answer That Is Being Sought.
Extremely Exciting Or Interesting; Sensational Or Scandalous: A Hot News Story.
(of A Vehicle) Capable Of Attaining Extremely High Speeds: A Hot New Jet Plane.
In The Mood To Perform Exceedingly Well, Or Rapidly, As During A Burst Of Creative Work: Finish Writing That Story While You're Still Hot.
Actively Conducting An Electric Current Or Containing A High Voltage: A Hot Wire.
Of, Relating To, Or Noting Radioactivity.
Noting Any Process Involving Plastic Deformation Of A Metal At A Temperature High Enough To Permit Recrystallization Due To The Strain: Hot Working.
In A Hot Manner; Hotly.
While Hot: Garnish The Potatoes With Parsley And Serve Hot.
At A Temperature High Enough To Permit Recrystallization: The Wire Was Drawn Hot.
As verb (used with or without object) [hot·ted, hot·ting.]
To Heat; Warm (usually Followed By Up).
Intense Sexual Desire Or Attraction.
(in Sports And Games) To Become Very Effective Or Successful; Score Or Win Repeatedly Or Easily.
Excited, Aroused, Or Flustered: This Mistake Isn't Worth Getting Hot And Bothered About.
In An Intense, Vehement, Or Passionate Manner: They Argued Hot And Heavy For 20 Minutes.
To Make Something Unpleasant For; Cause Trouble For: Ever Since Their Argument The Principal Has Been Making It Hot For The New Teacher.
A Mixture Of Nitrogen, Oxygen, And Minute Amounts Of Other Gases That Surrounds The Earth And Forms Its Atmosphere.
A Stir In The Atmosphere; A Light Breeze.
Overhead Space; Sky: The Planes Filled The Air.
Circulation; Publication; Publicity: To Give Air To One's Theories.
The General Character Or Complexion Of Anything; Appearance: His Early Work Had An Air Of Freshness And Originality.
The Peculiar Look, Appearance, And Bearing Of A Person: There Is An Air Of Mystery About Him.
Affected Or Unnatural Manner; Manifestation Of Pride Or Vanity; Assumed Haughtiness: He Acquired Airs That Were Insufferable To His Friends.
Aircraft As A Means Of Transportation: To Arrive By Air; To Ship Goods By Air.
Air Conditioning Or An Air-conditioning System: The Price Includes Tires, Radio, And Air.
The Medium Through Which Radio Waves Are Transmitted.
As verb (used with object)
To Expose To The Air; Give Access To The Open Air; Ventilate (often Followed By Out): We Air The Bedrooms Every Day.
To Expose Ostentatiously; Bring To Public Notice; Display: To Air One's Opinions; To Air One's Theories.
To Broadcast Or Televise.
As verb (used without object)
To Be Exposed To The Open Air (often Followed By Out): Open The Window And Let The Room Air Out.
To Be Broadcast Or Televised.
Operating By Means Of Air Pressure Or By Acting Upon Air: An Air Drill; An Air Pump.
Of Or Relating To Aircraft Or To Aviation: Air Industry.
Taking Place In The Air; Aerial: Air War.
To Eliminate Dissension, Ambiguity, Or Tension From A Discussion, Situation, Etc.: The Staff Meeting Was Intended To Help Clear The Air.
In Circulation; Current: There's A Rumor In The Air That We're Moving To A New Location.
Completely Out Of Sight Or Reach: He Vanished Into Thin Air.
In The Act Of Broadcasting; Being Broadcast: The Program Will Be Going On The Air In A Few Seconds.
To Assume An Affected Or Haughty Manner: As Their Fortune Increased, They Began To Put On Airs.
To Feel Very Happy; Be Elated.
A Bag Made Of Thin Rubber Or Other Light Material, Usually Brightly Colored, Inflated With Air Or With Some Lighter-than-air Gas And Used As A Children's Plaything Or As A Decoration.
A Bag Made Of A Light Material, As Silk Or Plastic, Filled With Heated Air Or A Gas Lighter Than Air, Designed To Rise And Float In The Atmosphere And Often Having A Car Or Gondola Attached Below For Carrying Passengers Or Scientific Instruments.
(in Drawings, Cartoons, Etc.) A Balloon-shaped Outline Enclosing Words Represented As Issuing From The Mouth Of The Speaker.
An Ornamental Ball At The Top Of A Pillar, Pier, Or The Like.
A Large, Globular Wineglass.
A Round-bottomed Flask.
As verb (used without object)
To Go Up Or Ride In A Balloon.
To Swell Or Puff Out Like A Balloon.
To Multiply Or Increase At A Rapid Rate: Membership Has Ballooned Beyond All Expectations.
As verb (used with object)
To Fill With Air; Inflate Or Distend (something) Like A Balloon.
Puffed Out Like A Balloon: Balloon Sleeves.
(of A Loan, Mortgage, Or The Like) Having A Payment At The End Of The Term That Is Much Bigger Than Previous Ones.
As verb (used without object) [rode, (Archaic) rid; rid·den, (Archaic) rid; rid·ing.]
To Sit On And Manage A Horse Or Other Animal In Motion; Be Carried On The Back Of An Animal.
To Be Borne Along On Or In A Vehicle Or Other Kind Of Conveyance.
To Move Or Float On The Water: The Surfboarders Riding On The Crests Of The Waves.
To Move Along In Any Way; Be Carried Or Supported: He Is Riding Along On His Friend's Success. Distress Is Riding Among The People.
To Have A Specified Character For Riding Purposes: The Car Rides Smoothly.
To Be Conditioned; Depend (usually Followed By On): All His Hopes Are Riding On Getting That Promotion.
To Continue Without Interruption Or Interference: He Decided To Let The Bet Ride.
To Be Carried On Something, As A Litter, A Person's Shoulders, Or The Like.
To Work Or Move Up From The Proper Place Or Position (usually Followed By Up): Her Skirt Rode Up Above Her Knees.
To Extend Or Project Over Something, As The Edge Of One Thing Over The Edge Of Another Thing.
To Turn Or Rest On Something: The Great Globe Of The World Riding On Its Axis.
To Appear To Float In Space, As A Heavenly Body: A Blood-red Moon Rode In The Cloudless Sky.
To Lie At Anchor, As A Ship.
As verb (used with object) [rode, (Archaic) rid; rid·den, (Archaic) rid; rid·ing.]
To Sit On And Manage (a Horse, Bicycle, Etc.) So As To Be Carried Along.
To Sit Or Move Along On (something); Be Carried Or Borne Along On: The Ship Rode The Waves. We Ride A Bus.
To Ride Over, Along, Or Through (a Road, Boundary, Region, Etc.); Traverse.
To Ridicule Or Harass Persistently: The Boys Keep Riding Him About His Poor Grades.
To Control, Dominate, Or Tyrannize Over: A Man Ridden By Fear; A Country That Is Ridden By A Power-mad Dictator.
To Cause To Ride.
To Carry (a Person) On Something As If On A Horse: He Rode The Child About On His Back.
To Execute By Riding: To Ride A Race.
To Rest On, Especially By Overlapping.
To Keep (a Vessel) At Anchor Or Moored.
To Play Improvisations On (a Melody).
A Journey Or Excursion On A Horse, Camel, Etc., Or On Or In A Vehicle.
A Means Of Or Arrangement For Transportation By Motor Vehicle: We'll Handle Rides To Be Sure Everyone Gets Home Quickly.
The Vehicle Used For Transportation: I've Got To Hang Up Now—my Ride's Here.
A Vehicle Or Device, As A Ferris Wheel, Roller Coaster, Or Merry-go-round, On Which People Ride For Amusement.
A Way, Road, Etc., Made Especially For Riding.
To Conduct Oneself So As To Invite Misfortune Or Injury.
To Fly Along The Course Indicated By A Radio Beam.
A Person Employed In, Or In Charge Of, A Kitchen.
An Elaborate Kitchen Stove.
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