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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of warm.
- adj. At a higher temperature
- adj. At a higher degree of compassion or friendship
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having been warmed up
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The expression warmed her arrogant mouth into something approaching charm.
He was smiling at her and his expression warmed her.
Angela was so annoyed by the lack of respect the kids had shown for the land that she didn’t notice Myles’s use of we until seconds later, and the word warmed her.
Serve the soup in warmed bowls, with the sage leaves scattered over the top.
Once behind the wooden screen, her skin warmed and shifted, absorbing the dress back into her body, leaving her naked.
I grew up with the scent of fresh melons and tomatoes warmed from the sun, a variety of roses and flowers blooming during their time in the year, and the fragrances of the various seasons as they slid one into the other.
The existing gas, oil or electric heater which stays in place, gets fed with water pre-warmed from the sun, so it needs less fuel to do its job.
Instead of slaving away in warmed-over Ernani at the Met, she is one who should be touting major new productions in glossy city bus photos.
Rudy Gay warmed from a cold start to score 25 points and determined Kyle Lowry hit a clinching 3-pointer as the Memphis Grizzlies overcame a 14-point deficit in the second half Wednesday night to beat the winless Sonics 105-98, sending Seattle to its worst start in 38 years.
Hell, he's just gettin 'warmed up: Finally, in the Southwest, already parched and stiflingly hot, the rise in energy costs and the soaring temperatures will put an end to right-wing retirement communities like Phoenix, Tucson and Palm Springs.