warm


warm

adjective, warm·er, warm·est.

  1. having or giving out a moderate degree of heat, as perceived by the senses: a warm bath.
  2. of or at a moderately high temperature; characterized by comparatively high temperature: a warm oven; a warm climate; a warm summer.
  3. having a sensation of bodily heat: to be warm from fast walking.
  4. conserving or maintaining warmth or heat: warm clothes.
  5. (of colors) suggestive of warmth; inclining toward red or orange rather than toward green or blue.
  6. characterized by or showing lively feelings, passions, emotions, sympathies, etc.: a warm heart; warm interest.
  7. strongly attached; intimate: warm friends.
  8. cordial or hearty: a warm welcome.
  9. heated, irritated, or angry: to become warm when contradicted.
  10. animated, lively, brisk, or vigorous: a warm debate.
  11. strong or fresh: a warm scent.
  12. close to something sought, as in a game.
  13. uncomfortable or unpleasant: His opponents made things so warm that he decided to quit.
  14. British Informal. well off; in easy circumstances.

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