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Warmer

wɔːm

Meanings of Warmer:

noun

A device for warming something; a thing that warms.

Usage examples:

The rooms had towel warmers in the bathroom
adjective

Of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature.

Usage examples:

A warm september evening

Warmers

ˈbentʃ.wɔː.mər

Meanings of Warmers:

noun

A device for warming something; a thing that warms.

Usage examples:

The rooms had towel warmers in the bathroom

Warmest

wɔːm

Meanings of Warmest:

adjective

Of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature.

Usage examples:

A warm september evening
verb

Make or become warm.

Usage examples:

I stamped my feet to warm them up
noun

A warm place or area.

Usage examples:

Stay in the warm, i've made up the fire for you

Warmhearted

wɔːmˈhɑːtɪd

Meanings of Warmhearted:

adjective

Sympathetic and kind.

Usage examples:

A warm-hearted, affectionate girl

Warming

wɔːm

Meanings of Warming:

verb

Make or become warm.

Usage examples:

I stamped my feet to warm them up
adjective

Of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature.

Usage examples:

A warm september evening
noun

A warm place or area.

Usage examples:

Stay in the warm, i've made up the fire for you

Meanings of Warmly:

adverb

In a way that gives out warmth; with comfortable heat.

Usage examples:

The sun shone warmly

Warmonger

ˈwɔːˌmʌŋ.ɡər

Meanings of Warmonger:

noun

A person who encourages or advocates aggression towards other countries or groups.

Usage examples:

But it has only confirmed his role as a ‘yes man’ for the most right-wing government in us history …

Meanings of Warmongering:

noun

Encouragement or advocacy of aggression towards other countries or groups.

Usage examples:

The newspaper was accused of warmongering
adjective

Encouraging or advocating aggression towards other countries or groups.

Usage examples:

A nation controlled by a bloodthirsty warmongering madman

Meanings of Warmongers:

noun

A person who encourages or advocates aggression towards other countries or groups.

Usage examples:

But it has only confirmed his role as a ‘yes man’ for the most right-wing government in us history …

Meanings of Warms:

verb

Make or become warm.

Usage examples:

I stamped my feet to warm them up
adjective

Of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature.

Usage examples:

A warm september evening
noun

A warm place or area.

Usage examples:

Stay in the warm, i've made up the fire for you

Meanings of Warmth:

noun

The quality, state, or sensation of being warm; moderate heat.

Usage examples:

The warmth of the sun on her skin

Warmup

ˈwɔːmʌp

Meanings of Warmup:

noun

A period or act of preparation for a match, performance, or exercise session, involving gentle exercise or practice.

Usage examples:

The pre-match warm-up

Meanings of Warmups:

noun

A period or act of preparation for a match, performance, or exercise session, involving gentle exercise or practice.

Usage examples:

The pre-match warm-up

Warn

wɔːn

Meanings of Warn:

verb

Inform someone in advance of a possible danger, problem, or other unpleasant situation.

Usage examples:

His father had warned him of what might happen

Meanings of Warn-off:

phrasal verb

To tell someone not to do something because of danger or some other reason

Usage examples:

A series of flares had been placed along the pavement to warn off motorists.

Warned

wɔːn

Meanings of Warned:

verb

Inform someone in advance of a possible danger, problem, or other unpleasant situation.

Usage examples:

His father had warned him of what might happen

Warning

ˈwɔː.nɪŋ

Meanings of Warning:

noun

A statement or event that warns of something or that serves as a cautionary example.

Usage examples:

Police issued a warning about fake £20 notes
verb

Inform someone in advance of a possible danger, problem, or other unpleasant situation.

Usage examples:

His father had warned him of what might happen

Meanings of Warning-sign:

noun

An early signal that something bad or dangerous might happen

Usage examples:

You should know the warning signs of a stroke.

Warningly

ˈwɔː.nɪŋ.li

Meanings of Warningly:

adverb

In a warning, threatening, or cautionary manner.

Usage examples:

I glare warningly at anyone who approaches

Warnings

ˈwɔːnɪŋ

Meanings of Warnings:

noun

A statement or event that warns of something or that serves as a cautionary example.

Usage examples:

Police issued a warning about fake £20 notes

Warns

wɔːn

Meanings of Warns:

verb

Inform someone in advance of a possible danger, problem, or other unpleasant situation.

Usage examples:

His father had warned him of what might happen

Warp

wɔːp

Meanings of Warp:

verb

Make or become bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or damp.

Usage examples:

Moisture had warped the box
noun

A twist or distortion in the shape of something.

Usage examples:

The head of the racket had a curious warp

Warpage

ˈwɔːpɪdʒ

Meanings of Warpage:

noun

The extent or result of being bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or damp.

Usage examples:

The warpage of the wood increased as the temperature increased

Warpaint

ˈwɔː.peɪnt

Meanings of Warpaint:

noun

A paint used by some tribal people to decorate the face and body before fighting

Meanings of Warpath:

noun

A hostile or confrontational course of action.

Usage examples:

He has has escalated his warpath against his perceived enemies

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