from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Zoology Maintaining a relatively constant and warm body temperature independent of environmental temperature; homeothermic.
- adj. Ardent; passionate.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. maintaining a relatively constant and warm body temperature, regardless of the ambient temperature
- adj. passionate
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having warm blood; -- applied especially to those animals, as birds and mammals, which have warm blood, or, more properly, the power of maintaining a nearly uniform temperature whatever the temperature of the surrounding air. See homoiothermal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having warm blood: hematothermal: in zoölogy and physiology noting mammals and birds whose blood ranges in temperature from 98° to 112° F., in consequence of the complete double blood-circulation, and the oxygenation or combustion which goes on in the lungs: opposed to cold-blooded or hematocryal.
- Figuratively, characterized by high temper and generous impulses; warm-hearted; also, passionate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having warm blood (in animals whose body temperature is internally regulated)
Thus, _All fish are cold-blooded_, ∴ _some cold-blooded things are fish: _ this is a sound inference by the mere manner of expression; and equally sound is the inference, _All fish are warm-blooded_, ∴ _some warm-blooded things are fish_.
Better they give their lives for the glory of our race than ever bow and call warm-blooded vermin ‘master.’
Everything we learned in school was wrong -- now maybe dinosaurs were warm-blooded.
The most adroit panderer among leading Republican hopefuls has to be Mike Huckabee, who is apparently an actual, warm-blooded human.
Fans of the warm-blooded guys don't need to worry though since there seems to be plenty of shirtless Jason (Ryan Kwanten) and Alcide (Joe Manganiello) coming up, too.
So, like any other warm-blooded lustful man would do, I went to the Intertubeywebs and looked on IMDB. COM.
The Archaeopteryx was warm-blooded, about the size of a dove.
From the start, for the audience, there is a question about focus and whether our eyes will be fixed on the puppets or stray to the puppeteers where the warm-blooded life is.
My favorite panel was "What's New in the World of Dinosaurs," wherein we got to talk about Sauropelta and Nyctosaurus and Kentrosaurus and thagomizers and Pterodaustro and how T-rexes lack nasal bones called turbinates (which 99% of living warm-blooded animals have).
Barack Obama is different, not a political practitioner, really, but something else, and not a warm-blooded animal but a cool, chill character, a fish who sits deep in the tank and stares, stilly, at the other fish.