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hot-making (comparative more hot-making, superlative most hot-making)

  1. (dated) embarrassing
    • 1934, James Agate, First Nights (page 26)
      "Now gather, and surmise," said Polonius. The reader will have to do his own gathering and surmising in connection with this, to use the current phrase, hot-making play.