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Synonyms for warm

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Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms5.0 / 1 vote

  1. warm

    blood-warm, thermal, genial, irascible, hot, ardent, affectionate, fervid, fervent, fiery, glowing, enthusiastic, zealous, eager, excited, interested, animated

    frigid, cold, tepid, starved, indifferent, cool, unexcited, passionless

Princeton's WordNet3.0 / 3 votes

  1. warmadjective

    having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat or imparting or maintaining heat

    "a warm body"; "a warm room"; "a warm climate"; "a warm coat"

    affectionate, lovesome, tender, quick, fond, ardent, strong

    water-cooled, comfy, comfortable, dull, unexcitable, cool, unresponsive, unloving, air-conditioned, stale, caller, air-cooled, unenthusiastic, far, cold, precooled

  2. warmadjective

    psychologically warm; friendly and responsive

    "a warm greeting"; "a warm personality"; "warm support"

    affectionate, lovesome, tender, quick, fond, ardent, strong

    caller, unresponsive, far, air-conditioned, cool, unloving, stale, precooled, cold, comfy, unenthusiastic, unexcitable, comfortable, water-cooled, dull, air-cooled

  3. warmadjective

    (color) inducing the impression of warmth; used especially of reds and oranges and yellows

    "warm reds and yellows and orange"

    affectionate, lovesome, tender, quick, fond, ardent, strong

    cool, comfortable, air-conditioned, cold, water-cooled, far, caller, unenthusiastic, air-cooled, precooled, dull, unexcitable, stale, unresponsive, comfy, unloving

  4. affectionate, fond, lovesome, tender, warmadjective

    having or displaying warmth or affection

    "affectionate children"; "a fond embrace"; "fond of his nephew"; "a tender glance"; "a warm embrace"

    crank, fond, tender, sensitive, adoring, partial(p), doting, untoughened, fond(p), raw, quick, lovesome, ardent, tippy, cranky, sore, affectionate, strong

    cool, air-cooled, unexcitable, unloving, unresponsive, far, cold, dull, water-cooled, stale, caller, unenthusiastic, air-conditioned, comfy, precooled, comfortable

  5. strong, warmadjective

    freshly made or left

    "a warm trail"; "the scent is warm"

    fond, potent, hard, substantial, stiff, inviolable, ardent, quick, tender, solid, unattackable, unassailable, firm, strong, affectionate, lovesome, impregnable, secure

    comfy, unexcitable, far, unresponsive, unenthusiastic, stale, comfortable, cool, precooled, water-cooled, air-conditioned, unloving, cold, dull, air-cooled, caller

  6. quick, warmadjective

    easily aroused or excited

    "a quick temper"; "a warm temper"

    ready, tender, straightaway, fond, prompt, speedy, fast, ardent, quick, lovesome, spry, agile, flying, strong, affectionate, immediate, nimble

    precooled, cool, stale, unloving, far, comfy, dull, water-cooled, unenthusiastic, unresponsive, unexcitable, caller, comfortable, air-cooled, cold, air-conditioned

  7. ardent, warmadjective

    characterized by strong enthusiasm

    "ardent revolutionaries"; "warm support"

    perfervid, ardent, tender, lovesome, fervid, fond, strong, fiery, fervent, quick, torrid, impassioned, affectionate

    unenthusiastic, comfortable, comfy, unresponsive, water-cooled, cold, stale, cool, dull, unexcitable, caller, unloving, air-cooled, air-conditioned, precooled, far

  8. warmadjective

    characterized by liveliness or excitement or disagreement

    "a warm debate"

    affectionate, lovesome, tender, quick, fond, ardent, strong

    air-conditioned, comfy, caller, far, cool, comfortable, air-cooled, cold, water-cooled, precooled, dull, unenthusiastic, unloving, stale, unexcitable, unresponsive

  9. warmadjective

    uncomfortable because of possible danger or trouble

    "made things warm for the bookies"

    affectionate, lovesome, tender, quick, fond, ardent, strong

    unresponsive, dull, air-conditioned, far, stale, precooled, unenthusiastic, comfortable, air-cooled, cold, comfy, unexcitable, cool, water-cooled, unloving, caller

  10. warmverb

    of a seeker; near to the object sought

    "you're getting warm"; "hot on the trail"

    affectionate, lovesome, tender, quick, fond, ardent, strong

    cool, precooled, unresponsive, air-conditioned, water-cooled, caller, comfortable, air-cooled, comfy, unexcitable, stale, unloving, dull, cold, far, unenthusiastic

  11. warm, warm upverb

    get warm or warmer

    "The soup warmed slowly on the stove"

    loosen up, limber up, warm up

    cold, unresponsive, unloving, cool, far, air-conditioned, stale, caller, unenthusiastic, comfortable, water-cooled, dull, unexcitable, precooled, comfy, air-cooled

  12. warmadverb

    make warm or warmer

    "The blanket will warm you"

    warm up

    far, cold, water-cooled, unexcitable, air-cooled, unresponsive, cool, unenthusiastic, unloving, dull, precooled, comfy, stale, air-conditioned, caller, comfortable

  13. warmly, warmadverb

    in a warm manner

    "warmly dressed"; "warm-clad skiers"

    warmly, heartily, cordially

    air-cooled, cool, air-conditioned, cold, far, stale, unloving, unexcitable, water-cooled, dull, unresponsive, unenthusiastic, comfortable, caller, precooled, comfy

Editors Contribution0.0 / 0 votes

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Dictionary of English Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes

  1. warmadjective

    not cold

  2. warmadjective

    sunny, mild, genial, pleasant

  3. warmadjective

    close, muggy, oppressive

  4. warmadjective

    zealous, ardent, fervent, earnest, fervid, glowing, enthusiastic, hearty

  5. warmadjective

    excited, lively, vehement, passionate, furious, violent, fiery

  6. warmadjective

    [Colloquial.] rich, wealthy, forehanded, well off

  7. warmverb

    heat (moderately), make warm

  8. warmverb

    animate, excite, rouse, waken, stir up

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words0.0 / 0 votes

  1. warmadjective

    lukewarm, tepid, thermal, zealous, ardent, fervent, sanguine, fervid, glowing, eager, enthusiastic, temperate, genial, irascible, choleric, irritable, peppery, fiery, vehement, violent, heated, passionate, animated, spirited, sultry, muggy, incalescent

  2. warmverb


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How to use warm in a sentence?

  1. Hal Borland:

    A woodland in full color is awesome as a forest fire, in magnitude at least, but a single tree is like a dancing tongue of flame to warm the heart.

  2. Happy Gilmore:

    Nursing Home Orderly You can trouble me for a warm glass of shut-the-hell-up. Now, you will go to sleep or I will put you to sleep. Check out the name tag. You're in my world now, grandma.

  3. Kazuki Takizawa:

    Warm-up exercises may reduce injury by improving performance for serious athletes, but recreational athletes and weekend warriors are at a lower physical fitness level, especially in aerobic capacity, and they may fatigue by warm-up exercise and reduce performance.

  4. Matt McCrary:

    We haven’t really zeroed in on what kinds of warm-ups best prevent injuries, anecdotally, I feel like warm-ups definitely do play a role in injury prevention, however, further study is required before I’d be able to confidently make any recommendations or explain how or why this is the case.

  5. Matt McCrary:

    This runs somewhat contradictory to the prevailing narrative that higher load warm-up is better than lower load warm-up, the two theories here are that warm-up swings with a heavier weight bat significantly and sub-optimally alter swing mechanics and/or that a resisted movement longer in duration than a baseball bat swing is necessary to produce a warm-up effect.

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