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- n. the state of being warm; warmth
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Warmth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Warmth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of having a moderate degree of heat
- n. a positive feeling of liking
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Moreover, it carries alongst with it a beautiful influence, and a refreshing heat and warmness, which is the very life and subsistence of all the creatures below.
Moreover it carries alongst with it a beautiful influence, and a refreshing heat and warmness, which is the very life and subsistence of all the creatures below.
Heart bracelets: Women enjoy to don the Heart bangles during a particular occasion, as it stands for the love and warmness which is already there in the gender.
It is (IMHO) much more primitive than Talavera, and it has a more down to earth "warmness" to it.
For as many trained in art know, colors have a subjective "warmness" and
What I love so much about the san serif is a certain warmness which is usually absent.
And I held her poor bones in my hands — bones once fleshed with sensate beauty, informed with sparkle and spirit, instinct with love and love-warmness of arms around and eyes and lips together, that had begat me in the end of the generations unborn.
I grew drunk on it, on the beauty and the laughter and the warmness in my body.
But the warmness of hope - hope inspired by real economic solutions to empower trafficking survivors - fills my heart.
I think the warmness and coldness of the water will kill the flower soon. maybe the flower is not alive .. anyway nice idea. www
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