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- adj. comparative form of warm: more warm
- n. Something that warms, such as a heater or a soup.
- n. A piece of clothing for warmth, such as a bodywarmer or leg warmer.
- n. An introductory activity, for example in a lesson, to stimulate interest in a topic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, warms.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which warms.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. device that heats water or supplies warmth to a room
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Temperatures are now simply projected for these colder stations from other stations, usually in warmer climates.
The brown trout is from Europe - it does better in warmer water and I catch them here in SE PA, but my darling is the dear brookie.
The picture to the right is what I see in warmer weather.
The Northland gives a keenness and zest to the blood which cannot be obtained in warmer climes.
If your in warmer water I like top waters in the mornings, spooks, poppers etc.
The kids could get cool though, so dress them up in warmer costumes (i.e. probably not Lady Gaga).
I could only imagine scraping the maggots from the inside of the furs in warmer weather.
For much of the nineteenth century, it was customary for Society to spend the winter months in warmer climes such as the Riviera, where the capricious weather of England or Russia was forgotten amongst the charms of sun, warmth and gambling.
That can keep the car from starting when it's freezing and cause overheating in warmer weather.
Yes | No | Report from jamesti wrote 2 weeks 2 days ago if you're ice fishing, try minnows or wax worms. in warmer times try crickets or red worms and either way throw in a jig or two.