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warm: relatively hot, but not too hot (temperature); affectionate, kind, nice (feeling or person)
It's warm in this room, can you open the window?
He's a very warm person. He is a very kind, pleasant, friendly person.

to warm: to heat gently, to increase temperature


  • "Philip : Thank you so much for that warm introduction Professor Williams. My name is Philip Cheeter, and in this lecture, I'm going to teach you that sales is like a game: there are winners, like me;"
  • "What my Swedish friend here is trying to say is his meal is a little cold, could you warm it up, please?"
  • "I will bring you the amended expense form later today, along with a warm glass of milk."
  • "In winter I put socks in the windows to keep warm."
  • "Icarus' mom : A nice warm mug of milk, and three double chocolate chip cookies."
  • "I'll bring a bottle opener, and some warm English beers"
  • "Delavigne Corp, already considered a maverick in the cosmetics industry for its staunch refusal to use animals in the testing of their products (aside from their controversial volunteer monkeys), hopes to promote ecological awareness among its long-time customers as well as take advantage of a new wave of environmental consciousness among consumers, brought to national attention by the recent bestseller 'Global Warming: It's all your fault'."
  • "Thank you for the warm clothes by the way."
  • "Brian Warm your toilet seat?"
  • "very gay warm and friendly."

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