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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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suggested "the Olympic Games are not only the greatest sports event in the world, they are much more than a sporting event - the Games are an emotional festival and the most perfect, peaceful and warmhearted competition between the youth.
THE ISPCA are calling on warmhearted animal lovers to help starving horses this winter.
The blue-and-white palette and the fuzzy, warmhearted illustrations of two best pals add the perfect touch to this charming story.
BRITISH play The History Boys, Alan Bennett's wise, witty and warmhearted dissection of British education, has won six prizes including best play at the 2006 Tony Awards in New York.
It was inspiring to see wild-eyed frolic and warmhearted hospitality breaking out from among the chills and glooms of winter.
But how could Bjorn Ole have foreseen that this warmhearted person could also be very critical, expecting her husband to do things her way?
He presents himself as warmhearted, caring and gentlemanly.
And that makes for a considerably appealing movie, a romantic comedy that's both funny and warmhearted.