Definitions for warm

Definitions for (verb) warm

Main entry: warm

Definition: make warm or warmer

Usage: The blanket will warm you

Main entry: warm, warm up

Definition: get warm or warmer

Usage: The soup warmed slowly on the stove

Definitions for (adj) warm

Main entry: warm

Definition: of a seeker; near to the object sought

Usage: you're getting warm; hot on the trail

Main entry: warm

Definition: uncomfortable because of possible danger or trouble

Usage: made things warm for the bookies

Main entry: warm

Definition: characterized by liveliness or excitement or disagreement

Usage: a warm debate

Main entry: ardent, warm

Definition: characterized by strong enthusiasm

Usage: ardent revolutionaries; warm support

Main entry: warm, quick

Definition: easily aroused or excited

Usage: a quick temper; a warm temper

Main entry: strong, warm

Definition: freshly made or left

Usage: a warm trail; the scent is warm

Main entry: fond, lovesome, tender, warm, affectionate

Definition: having or displaying warmth or affection

Usage: affectionate children; a fond embrace; fond of his nephew; a tender glance; a warm embrace

Main entry: warm

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

Usage: a warm body; a warm room; a warm climate; a warm coat

Main entry: warm

Definition: psychologically warm; friendly and responsive

Usage: a warm greeting; a warm personality; warm support

Main entry: warm

Definition: (color) inducing the impression of warmth; used especially of reds and oranges and yellows

Usage: warm reds and yellows and orange

Definitions for (adv) warm

Main entry: warm, warmly

Definition: in a warm manner

Usage: warmly dressed; warm-clad skiers

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