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warm–blooded

adjective warm–blood·ed \ˈwrm-ˈblə-dəd\

biology : having blood that always remains warm : having a body temperature that does not change when the temperature of the environment changes

Full Definition of WARM-BLOODED

1
:  having warm blood; specifically :  having a relatively high and constant internally regulated body temperature relatively independent of the surroundings
2
:  fervent or ardent in spirit
warm–blood·ed·ness noun
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First Known Use of WARM-BLOODED

1793
WARM-BLOODEDNESS Defined for Kids

warm–blooded

adjective warm–blood·ed \ˈwrm-ˈblə-dəd\

Definition of WARM-BLOODED for Kids

:  able to keep up a relatively high constant body temperature that is independent of that of the surroundings <Birds and mammals are warm-blooded.>
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warm–blooded

adjective warm–blood·ed \ˈwrm-ˈbləd-əd\

Medical Definition of WARM–BLOODED

:  having warm blood; specifically :  having a relatively high and constant body temperature relatively independent of the surroundings
warm–blood·ed·ness noun

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