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Adjective
Giving off heat
“The embers remained warm for some time after the fire had already been put out.”
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At a high, but comforting, temperature
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“We quickly ducked into a warm little cafe to escape the freezing cold outside.”
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(of the weather) Summery in nature
“I could not resist going for a walk in the beautiful warm weather.”
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Having or showing enthusiasm, affection, or kindness
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“The visitors received a warm welcome from Michael when they arrived at his ranch.”
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Involving, or given to, open or heavy displays of emotion
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“He couldn't wait to return home and bask in his dear wife's warm embrace.”
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(of clothing) Built to provide heat or to insulate from heat loss
“You will need to dress in warm and waterproof clothing when you go skiing.”
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Close to finding a hidden object or guessing facts
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“I'm just going to move in random directions, so let me know when I get warm.”
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To be overcome by lust or aroused
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Offering the promise of an attractive or enjoyable experience
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Designed to be cuddled
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Characterized by approval
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Very hot
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Warm and sunny
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Brightly colored
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Mulled or flavoured
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Damp with perspiration
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Crudely constructed, typically in a hasty or improvised manner
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Of a comestible, especially a beverage, having a rich flavor
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Relating to or having the characteristics of a woman or women
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The condition of being alive
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Of or full of expression
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Mild or moderate in quality or character
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Overly formal, pompous or conventional
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Consumed with lust
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To make or become warm
“You can warm your cold dinner in the microwave.”
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To delight, or to give pleasure or satisfaction to
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“The audience's raucous applause would warm the actor's heart.”
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(warm to) To take a liking to
“El Guapo would quickly warm to Carmen, but the sentiment was never mutual.”
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(of an idea or suggestion) To become enthusiastic about
“It took a while, but he would eventually warm to the idea of going on a holiday.”
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To rouse or goad into action or feeling something
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Give comfort or support to
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Free from frost
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To cook in liquid at or below boiling point
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To make ready in advance, usually of food
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