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- adv. In a warm manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a warm manner; ardently.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a warm manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a hearty manner
- adv. in a warm manner
Gibson got up and darted round his desk, clasping Gin warmly by the hand and shaking it vigourously.
We are determined that our government remain warmly responsive to the urgent social and economic problems of our people.
PHOENIX In the shadow of desert mountains, Republican John McCain warmly congratulated President-elect Barack Obama late Tuesday and urged the nation to rally around its new president.
A moment later he struck the deck, his hands tingling warmly from the friction.
He opposed the custom of teaching and lecturing in Latin, warmly advocating the use of French, and subsequently of
Based on Myers Briggs, I'm an 'ENFP' and am defined as warmly enthusiastic and imaginative.
As the two managers walked out, Ferguson put his arm round Hughton, which you could call warmly paternal or slightly patronising.
It's a bit chilly here at Cheney Stadium, but everyone seems to be dressed warmly, which is excellent.
I admit that I welcomed the idea warmly, for if it were launched by a party which justly was held to be antagonistic to the Monarchy there can be no doubt that the moderate element in Roumania would have accepted it with still greater satisfaction.
I'm sure they'd receive you "warmly"; after all you mean to rule them, too, don't you?!