Hotter vs Hooter - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between hotter and hooter
is that hotter
is (uk|slang) one who steals a vehicle in order to joyride while hooter
is a horn in a motor vehicle.
As an adjective hotter
As a verb hotter
is (uk|dialect|north england|dated) to vibrate; to rattle.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(UK, slang) One who steals a vehicle in order to joyride.
* 1992 , David P. Waddington, Contemporary Issues in Public Disorder (page 209)
- Unable effectively to give chase to the hotters for fear of endangering the lives of pedestrians and motorists, the police had been forced to play a waiting game
(UK, dialect, North England, dated) To vibrate; to rattle.
* 1833 , Thomas Sopwith, An account of the mining districts of Alston Moor, Weardale and Teesdale in Cumberland and Durham (page 137)
- The jolting, hottering motion of the waggon, the splashing of the water, and the dark and narrow passage, all concur to produce a strange effect
A horn in a motor vehicle.
(slang) A nose, especially a large one.
(slang, usually, in the plural) A woman's breast.
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