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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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According to the Canberra Times, Dr Pauline Bryant, the Australian National University's Visiting Fellow of Language Studies said that a simple 'xo' saves the embarrassment of having to use the word 'love' when you want to be warm towards someone.
Britain had appeared to warm towards a proposal made last week by Van Rompuy for a 75-billion-euro decrease in the 1.
The response of the audience was very warm towards the implementation of the grading system to evaluate the students and hailed the implementation of this system.
From the moment he tells them they can't stay, we know exactly what's going to happen - he'll relent and slowly warm towards his family.
They listened to her and they felt very warm towards her.
And although the winner's task was eased by the fall two out of Cogans Lake, it was no surprise to hear Hughes warm towards a JCB Triumph Hurdle bid after the race.
It is not difficult to see why he feels warm towards the retailer From a business that was turning over 20,000 [pounds sterling] to 30,000 [pounds sterling] a year five years ago with Budgens, The Ilchester Cheese Company now turns over six times that.
Nice-guy Donny Osmond has revealed why he is so warm towards his fans.
This is a very bad moment for the West to suddenly warm towards Russia, yet that is exactly what we are seeing.
At the moment they seem very warm towards each other and it would be a shame if that changed.
But other European countries are increasingly warm towards Scotland and our predicament.