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Synonyms for warm

moderately hot

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thermal

near

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warm up

warm down

warm something or someone up: heat

warm something or someone up: rouse

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warm to someone

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  • take to
  • begin to like
  • get on with
  • be taken with
  • become friendly with
  • hit it off with
  • conceive an affection for
  • grow attracted to
  • become on good terms with

warm to something

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  • become enthusiastic about
  • become excited about
  • become supportive of
  • grow animated about

warm up: become warm

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warm up: limber up

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Synonyms for warm

get warm or warmer

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make warm or warmer

having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat or imparting or maintaining heat

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psychologically warm

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(color) inducing the impression of warmth

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having or displaying warmth or affection

freshly made or left

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easily aroused or excited

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characterized by strong enthusiasm

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characterized by liveliness or excitement or disagreement

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uncomfortable because of possible danger or trouble

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of a seeker

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in a warm manner

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Post-1950, a few warm events over the Indian Ocean have attained the threshold value for El Nino (SST anomalies greater than 0.
Pilates warms you up and strengthens you at the same time.
When the interior is cool and dry, and the exterior is warm and moist, water condenses under the vinyl wallcovering, resulting in an explosion of mold growth.
Warm, fuzzy faith is long on inclusion and affirmation, but short on unpleasant truths about ourselves.
Place in the oven to bake until golden brown, about five minutes, Remove from the heat and set aside keeping warm.
Most of the company's products are made by a host of fledgling businesses that send their finished concoctions to Clackamas, where they are packaged in Warm Spirit containers.
The Akbari and Rosenfeld studies indicate that 20 to 30 percent of air pollution in cities may be the direct result of warm temperatures.
HOT STUFF--Dark shrubs absorb more sunlight than snow does, so when bushes poke above the drifts, the surrounding air warms and snow melts faster.
A warm site provides many of the same benefits, but the data is not refreshed as often.
For the warm kohlrabi salad, in a medium saute pan, melt half the butter over medium heat.
Before a class you want to coax your body into its comfort zone and make sure that certain parts of you are already warm before the teacher starts giving exercises that may not focus on your specific needs.
The original concern that combustion of fossil fuels might change the surface temperature dates back to 1896, when Svante Arrhenius published a paper in the journal Philosophical Transactions hypothesizing that doubling atmospheric carbon dioxide would raise the surface temperature around 5 [degrees] C (9 [degrees] F), and going half-way to a doubling (we are beyond that point already) would warm the surface 3 [degrees] C (5.
Then, the storm's updraft, or rising warm air, tugs the rolling column of air upward.
2], the Earth's climate will warm further, causing all sorts of calamities.