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Synonyms for tepidity

a warmness resembling the temperature of the skin

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If, by a mischance, tepidity and mediocrity were to set in, they would soon be reflected among the Christian people.
The precise purpose of dialogue, whatever the circumstances, is to reanimate constantly our faith, to save it from tepidity, and to maintain us in a permanent state of Ijtihad that is a state of reflection and research.
Popes, kings, world prominent figures, all classes, come to deposit with the Heavenly Mother, Mary, their dreams, their concerns, their intentions, their fears, their tepidity, their expectations.
November 13, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - Senior officials in South Sudan have announced that relations with Sudan are moving in the right direction and expressed hope that cooperation between the two countries can develop into integration, describing tepidity and tensions which marked relations of the two neighbors as "temporary and casual".
Submitting to the de facto situation has helped preserve the bridges of dialogue stretched between the two countries, and it is clear that party leaders such as those of Mauritania's Union for the Republic (UPR - Union pour la Republique) and Morocco's Independence (Istiqlal) Party have had the providence of finding a political formula that would ensure restoring some warmth to relations eroded by tepidity.
I see forthcoming a great tepidity through sun-bleached slats, the
In the fourth circle (2) of Dante's Purgatory accidiosi (the slothfuls) espy "negligence and delay/ by us for tepidity in well doing displayed" (edit.