Warm

Science / Weather / Warm: To have or give out heat to a moderate or adequate degree. A subjective term for temperatures between cold and hot. In meteorology, an air parcel that is warm is only so in relation to another parcel.

Other Words for Warm

Warm Noun Synonyms: heat (up), warm up or over
Warm Verb Synonyms: ardent, enthusiastic, earnest, eager, sincere
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Warm Up The Bus

Entertainment / Ice Hockey / Warm Up The Bus: The outcome of the game has pretty much been decided and the visitor is going to lose. The crowd will ask them to 'warm up the bus' for the trip home. MORE

Warm Tone Developer

Entertainment / Photography / Warm Tone Developer: Is a developer producing image colors in chlorobromide papers ranging from warm black to reddish brown, according to type. MORE

Warm High

Science / Weather / Warm High: A high pressure system that has its warmest temperatures at or near the center of circulation. Contrast with a cold high. MORE

Viral Swarm

Health / Disease / Viral Swarm: (aka mutant swarm) A group of viruses of the same species but with slightly different genetic sequences MORE

Mutant Swarm

Health / Disease / Mutant Swarm: (aka viral swarm) A group of viruses of the same species but with slightly different genetic sequences MORE

Warm Colors

Entertainment / Photography / Warm Colors: Are any colors which, by association, suggest warmth, such as red, orange and yellow. MORE

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