Definition Warm

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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


  • "Thank you for the warm clothes by the way."
  • "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;"
  • "I will bring you the amended expense form later today, along with a warm glass of milk."
  • "very gay warm and friendly."
  • "Brian Warm your toilet seat?"
  • "A warm place with no memory."
  • "I want to stay here in my warm manure pile."
  • "In winter I put socks in the windows to keep warm."
  • "I'll bring a bottle opener, and some warm English beers"
  • "What my Swedish friend here is trying to say is his meal is a little cold, could you warm it up, please?"

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