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Synonyms for heat

warm (up)

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hot weather

get heated up

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  • get excited
  • be stimulated
  • be stirred
  • become animated
  • be roused
  • be inflamed
  • be inspirited
  • become impassioned

heat up: intensify

heat up: warm up

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  • warm up
  • get hotter
  • become hot
  • rise in temperature
  • become warm
  • grow hot

Synonyms for heat

intense warmth

intensity of feeling or reaction

a regular period of sexual excitement in female mammals

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the sensation caused by heat energy

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the trait of being intensely emotional

applies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity

a preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race

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provide with heat

arouse or excite feelings and passions

gain heat or get hot

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Thermal influx resulting from dry heat exchange is similar for 11-14 yr boys (48%) and adult men (49%) exercising under hot, dry conditions (49[degrees]C) (Wagner et al.
In fact, whiskering was observed after only a short period of exposure to dry heat (50[degrees]C and uncontrolled/low humidity).
RSPCA inspector Mr Paul Kempson said the cat's fur would have insulated it against the dry heat and saved its life.
Packaging also helps consumers select the heating pad that best suits their needs, from a standard dry heat pad to the king size, moist/dry SmartHeat Pro.
Dry heat brings out the sweetness of the vegetables--particularly in the garlic and bell peppers.
The book reviews the sterilisation of biomaterials and medical devices using steam and dry heat, ionising radiation and ethylene oxide is reviewed.
Dry heat can also attract insects and pests to your garden, preying on stressed plants.
MG is a type of advanced glycation endproduct (AGEs), which is produced when food is cooked with dry heat.
Eileen, Selly Oak A Cooking the pork at a lower heat is great to help keep the meat moist, but it is the dry heat in the oven that crispens the skin to make it crackling.
For example, we have raced in Bahrain in an ambient temperature of 40 degrees, but I did not even sweat in the car because in the desert it is a very dry heat.
Such laminated films must be removed before cooking, exposing the product being cooked to prolonged periods of dry heat.
Usable for implants of 30 days or less, it is biocompatible, resistant to body fluids, and sterilizable with radiation, ethylene oxide, or dry heat.
Under the conditions of our testing the dry heat plate warmer delivered the highest temperature fluid at high flow rates.
The cooler weather compares with Friday's breezy, dry heat that prompted a red flag fire warning from the Weather Service and a power emergency alert from the California Independent System Operator.
I keep mine on sheets of newspaper in a pantry near the hot water heater, which generates enough dry heat to condition my seeds for storage.