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warm-bloodedness

Definitions

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  • noun the state of being warm-blooded

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The benefit of warm-bloodedness is increased activity at the expense of greater calorie requirements.

    A New Book

  • Zach, what does Common Descent inform us about the step by step evolution of warm-bloodedness?

    A New Book

  • Zachriel, what does common descent inform us about the step by step evolution of warm-bloodedness?

    A New Book

  • What does common descent inform us about the step by step evolution of warm-bloodedness?

    A New Book

  • February 3rd, 2010 at 12: 05 am chunkdz: What does common descent inform us about the step by step evolution of warm-bloodedness?

    A New Book

  • A complete theory of the evolution of warm-bloodedness is not available.

    A New Book

  • The benefit of warm-bloodedness is increased activity at the expense of greater calorie requirements.

    A New Book

  • February 3rd, 2010 at 2: 50 pm chunkdz: what does common descent inform us about the step by step evolution of warm-bloodedness?

    A New Book

  • A complete theory of the evolution of warm-bloodedness is not available.

    A New Book

  • As a weekly viewer of WHAT'S MY LINE's "Black and White Overnight" reruns on GSN every Sunday night at 3:00am, I can only think of Arlene Francis as a sharp, vivacious, and sexy lady full of life and laughter -- forever present tense, her warm-bloodedness immortal in a way to which the comparatively clammy Lugosi could only balefully aspire.

    Archive 2007-10-14

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