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warm

1. (of colours) predominantly red or yellow in tone
2. (of a scent, trail, etc.) recently made; strong
3. near to finding a hidden object or discovering or guessing facts, as in children's games
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Care to me isn't about being warm and fuzzy at all.
They are not accepting the warm and fuzzy camaraderie as a result of a meeting as a good enough reason to have that meeting.
Knowing that an automated controller is using the identical reasoning as my way of thinking gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling.
Although there are concerns about some of the more controversial lay movements such as Opus Dei and Regnum Christi, most do offer everyday Catholics a way not just to feel warm and fuzzy in our own cocoon of community but to be salt of the earth in a mission of witnessing and human development.
Working first in the banking industry after graduating from college in the late the 1980s, Gary Gabriel didn't exactly get a warm and fuzzy first glimpse of the real estate market.
As a strip, Agnes is a much-needed antidote to overly warm and fuzzy scenarios flooding the newspapers, as its young heroine does not enjoy the security of many of her comic strip peers - she lives in a trailer with her elderly grandmother, who tries to stretch diminutive family funds and enrich quality of life through culinary creations a la spam.
The new range is described as warm and fuzzy, shiny and sparkling, glamorous and col orful with velvet blazers, slouchy little bags, cuddly jumpers and fuzzy hats and scarves.
And the strip's ever-caustic feline, Bucky Katt, doesn't exactly have warm and fuzzy things to say about the buck-toothed stuffed