Definition of Warmness in English :

Define Warmness in English

Warmness meaning in English

Meaning of Warmness in English

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Warmness

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Noun

1. affection, affectionateness, fondness, heart, philia, tenderness, warmheartedness, warmness

a positive feeling of liking

Example Sentences:
'he had trouble expressing the affection he felt'
'the child won everyone's heart'
'the warmness of his welcome made us feel right at home'

2. warmness, warmth

the quality of having a moderate degree of heat

Example Sentences:
'an agreeable warmth in the house'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Warmness

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adjective
1. 
characterized by or having a moderate degree of heat; moderately hot
2. 
maintaining or imparting heat
a warm coat
3. 
having or showing ready affection, kindliness, etc
a warm personality
4. 
lively, vigorous, or passionate
a warm debate
5. 
cordial or enthusiastic; ardent
warm support
6. 
quickly or easily aroused
a warm temper
7. 
(of colours) predominantly red or yellow in tone
8. 
(of a scent, trail, etc) recently made; strong
9. 
near to finding a hidden object or discovering or guessing facts, as in children's games
10. informal
uncomfortable or disagreeable, esp because of the proximity of danger
verb
11. (sometimes foll by up)
to raise or be raised in temperature; make or become warm or warmer
12. (when intr, often foll by to)
to make or become excited, enthusiastic, etc (about)
he warmed to the idea of buying a new car
13. (intransitive; often foll by to)
to feel affection, kindness, etc (for someone)
I warmed to her mother from the start
14. (transitive) British
to give a caning to
I'll warm you in a minute
noun
15. informal
a warm place or area
come into the warm
16. informal
the act or an instance of warming or being warmed

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Warmness

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adjective
1. 
a. 
having or giving off a moderate degree of heat
a warm iron, warm coffee
b. 
giving off pleasurable heat
a warm fire
c. 
uncomfortably warm; hot
a warm night
2. 
having the natural heat of living beings
said of the body, blood, etc.
3. 
a. 
heated or overheated, as with exercise or hard work
b. 
such as to make one heated or overheated
warm exercise, work, etc.
4. 
effective in keeping body heat in
warm clothing
5. 
characterized by lively disagreement
said of argument or controversy
6. 
fervent; ardent; enthusiastic
warm encouragement
7. 
lively, vigorous, brisk, or animated
8. 
quick to anger; irascible; heated
9. 
a. 
genial; cordial
a warm welcome
b. 
sincere; grateful
warm thanks
c. 
sympathetic, affectionate, or loving
d. 
passionate; amorous
10. 
suggesting warmth; having yellow, orange, or red hue
said of colors
11. 
newly made; fresh; strong
said of a scent or trail
12.  Informal
close to discovering something; on the verge of guessing or finding, as in games
13.  Informal
disagreeable; uncomfortable
to make things warm for someone
adverb
14. 
so as to be warm; warmly
verb transitive
15. 
to make warm; raise the temperature of to a moderate extent
16. 
to make excited, animated, ardent, enthusiastic, lively, etc.
17. 
to fill with pleasant or kindly emotions
a sight to warm the heart
verb intransitive
18. 
to become warm
19. 
to become friendly, kindly, affectionate, or sympathetic (to or toward)
20. 
to become excited, ardent, enthusiastic, lively, etc.
often with to
21. 
to feel a glow of pleasure; bask
noun
22.  Informal
a warming or being warmed

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.


Warmness

see synonyms of warmness
adj. warm·er, warm·est
1. Somewhat hotter than temperate; having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat; moderately hot: a warm climate.
2. Having the natural heat of living beings: a warm body.
3. Preserving or imparting heat: a warm jacket.
4. Having or causing a sensation of unusually high body heat, as from exercise or hard work; overheated.
5. Marked by enthusiasm; ardent: warm support.
6. Characterized by liveliness, excitement, or disagreement; heated: a warm debate.
7. Marked by or revealing friendliness or sincerity; cordial: warm greetings.
8. Loving; passionate: a warm embrace.
9. Excitable, impetuous, or quick to be aroused: a warm temper.
10. Predominantly red or yellow in tone: a warm sunset.
11. Recently made; fresh: a warm trail.
12. Close to discovering, guessing, or finding something, as in certain games.
13. Informal Uncomfortable because of danger or annoyance: Things are warm for the bookies.
v. warmed, warm·ing, warms
v.tr.
1. To raise slightly in temperature; make warm: warmed the rolls a bit more; warm up the house.
2. To make zealous or ardent; enliven.
3. To fill with pleasant emotions: We were warmed by the sight of home.
v.intr.
1. To become warm: The rolls are warming in the oven.
2. To become ardent, enthusiastic, or animated: began to warm to the subject.
3. To become kindly disposed or friendly: She felt the audience warming to her.
n.
Informal
A warming or heating.

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