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(der), related to (cog), (cog), (cog).
(der), related to (cog) and to (cog).
''The tea is still warm.''
''This is a very warm room.''
1863, (w), ''The Herons of Elmwood''
- Warm and still is the summer night.
''We have a warm friendship''.
Close, often used in the context of a game in which "warm" and "cold" are used to indicate nearness to the goal.
1876, (w), ''Madcap Violet''
- Here, indeed, young Mr. Dowse was getting "warm", as children say at blindman's buff.
''a warm piano sound''
''a warm debate, with strong words exchanged''
(RQ:Hawthorne The Scarlet Lette)
- I had been none of the warmest of partisans.
1776, (w), ''The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire'', Chapter 1
- To the strength and fierceness of barbarians they added a contempt for life, which was derived from a warm persuasion of the immortality and transmigration of the soul.
off|Well off as to property, or in good circumstances; rich.
(RQ:Irving Tales of a Travelle)
- I know the Stuyvesant family —puff— every one of them —puff— not a more respectable family in the province —puff— old standards —puff— warm householders —puff— none of your upstarts
- You shall have a draught upon him, payable at sight: and let me tell you he is as warm a man as any within five miles round him.
Requiring arduous effort.
1929, ''The Listener'' (issues 41-50, page 552)
- The circular iron platform over there is used in the task of tyring the wheels, a warm job, too, by the way.
To make or keep warm.
- Then shall it ash tree be for a man to burn; for he will take thereof and warm himself.
1825, (w), ''Morituri Salutamus''
- enough to warm, but not enough to burn
To become warm, to heat up.
''The earth soon warms on a clear summer day.''
To favour increasingly.
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''The speaker warms as he proceeds.''
To make engaged or earnest; to interest; to engage; to excite ardor or zeal in; to enliven.
November 20, 1717, (w), letter to the Bishop of Rochester
- there was a collection of all that had been written(.): I warmed my head with them.
- Bright hopes, that erst the bosom warmed.
1945, ''The Atlantic'' (volume 176, page 94)
- Not bothering to turn around and not missing a mouthful, Myrtle comforted her with threats of "I'll warm your bottom"; "I'll turn you over to your dad"; "I'll lock you in the truck"; "I'll send for the bogey man" — all of which Darleen ignored (..)
The act of warming, or the state of being warmed; a heating.
(RQ:Dickens Christmas Carol)
20 Celsius|°C or more
warm; keeping the wearer warm
warm, keeping the wearer warm (of clothes)
warm (of emotions)
(l), mildly hot
(l), pleasant, mild
having a tendency to be warm; designed to stay warm
Being at a healthy temperature