Other ways of saying hot
almost cold: used especially of liquids: a mouthful of tepid coffee
only slightly hot: used especially of food or liquids: Wash the sweater in lukewarm water.
pleasantly hot: a warm sunny daya nice warm bath
very hot in a way that is unpleasant or uncomfortable, used especially for describing the weather: the sweltering midday heat
very hot in a way that is unpleasant or uncomfortable. Also used for referring to the temperature of a liquid when it starts to bubble: Can you turn the heating down? I’m boiling.Plunge the pasta into boiling water.
hot enough to burn your skin, used for referring to the temperature of liquids: The bath water was scalding hot.
extremely hot: used especially for referring to the temperature inside a place rather than outside: Phew! It’s roasting in here!
very hot and dry: the baking heat of the afternoon sun