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warmth

noun \ˈwrm(p)th\

: the quality or state of being warm in temperature

: the quality or state of being kind or friendly

Full Definition of WARMTH

1
:  the quality or state of being warm in temperature
2
:  the quality or state of being warm in feeling <a child needing human warmth and family life>
3
:  a glowing effect produced by the use of warm colors

Examples of WARMTH

  1. I could feel the warmth of the fireplace.
  2. She enjoyed the warmth of their praise.
  3. They possessed a graciousness and warmth that put their guests at ease.

First Known Use of WARMTH

13th century

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