not so hot

not so hot

Inf. not very good. The service here is not so hot. This restaurant is highly overrated.
See also: hot, not
References in classic literature ?
Then I say yes," said Stryver: "I won't go up there now, I am not so hot upon it as that comes to; I say yes, and I shall expect you to look in to-night.
But although the young centre-back would represent a brilliant long-term buy for the Blues, his Fantasy value is not so hot.
But although the young centreback would represent a brilliant long-term buy for the Blues, his Fantasy value is not so hot.
ITV's new pounds 4m golden girl, although she's probably not so hot with fed-up BBC bosses.
I bought mine this way too and got not so hot tickets, but better than nothing.
That's great on the night, not so hot on the album.
We may be a nation of dog lovers but we're not so hot on dog lovers.
It's absolutely beautiful and not so hot that you can't get out and enjoy the scenery.
If you like your lattes, teas, and cafe au laits really hot, you may be upping your risk of esophageal cancer by as much as four times over not so hot controls, and even more for those with diets high in animal fats, meat, and salt.
It's time for a little bad cop/bad cop with "X-Play," the show that offers brutally honest reviews of the hottest videogames on the market - and some that are not so hot.
Martin O'Neill has made some very good buys - Carew, Young, Reo-Coker, Maloney - others not so hot.
And unless you have thighs like this model - or a bum like Kylie's - the black hotpants are not so hot.
Although they're hard to beat on their own patch their away record's not so hot and I notice they've only had one win in their last seven games on the road.
She will take a trip to the tunnel to see the mural, she said - ``one day when it's not so hot to walk over (to the station).