1. of a woman, lecherous, lascivious.
|Ten Pleasures of Marriage in (DSUE).|
|Cremorne I 28: The cook, Dolly, is a hot-arsed a bitch as any wench in the county.|
|My Secret Life (1966) II 313: She was getting hot-arsed and she lined the poking. [Ibid.] III 606: I quite longed to see this hot-bummed, cunt-neglected wife [Ibid.] VI 1154: She is such a hot-cunted little devil, that God knows what she’ll be up to.|
|From Here to Eternity (1998) 221: Went on the bum, instead of finding him a good hotassed wench and settlin down.|
|Brown Girl, Brownstones (1960) 31: ‘You know every Sat’day he does run bird-speed to the concubine.’ [...] Virgie roared her disapproval. ‘Nobody din say he can’t have the hot-ass woman but, c’dear, his own got to come first.’.|
|Golden Betty 9: The close proximity of a hot-assed bitch.|
|Garden of Sand (1981) 15: What did that hot-assed little bitch know?|
|Happy Like Murderers 79: Her brother-in-law [...] called her a ‘hot-arsed little sod’.|
2. in fig. use, exciting, stimulating.
|Race for the Presidency 161: But John Lindsay views the gaffe scene less sanguinely: ‘Some nice rational guy has a hotassed conversation with the candidate—and rushes off’ [excitedly].|