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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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You'd have to be made of stone to not feel sad, warm and fuzzy inside when you watch the new #JohnLewis advert@ClPannell
Super 8 Sky Movies Action, 6.00pm Think ET, but then take away the adorable alien that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside and replace it with a dark, spinetingling invasion on your senses and you'll get something close to this nostalgic sci-fi movie.
Having been a patient through cancer surgery, staph infections, and two hip surgeries, I can say that few times did I receive "care" that was too warm and fuzzy. In my opinion, the problem in health care in the U.S.
And though the comfort of these house shoes alone is apt to evoke a warm and fuzzy feeling, it's also nice to know that every purchase goes toward providing clean drinking water for one individual for a year shop.freewaters.com.
It was cool outside for the Circus Sarasota gala, but the feeling under the Big Top was warm and fuzzy, as 450 fans of the circus and the evening's honorees, Phil Man-cini and Michael Klauber, celebrated 25 years of the duo's popular restaurant, Michael's On East.
It's kind of cute to imagine these two as a sweet little couple, but with the aid of this little comic 'zine, you can put some images to those warm and fuzzy thoughts.
Now, if you start from the assumption that the goal of the Black Bloc is to make anarchists look warm and fuzzy to liberals and apolitical people, yes, you're going to judge it an absolute failure.
"I'm not the kind of person who gets all warm and fuzzy over a candlelit dinner - that's a little too mushy for my taste.
First-person accounts of his dogs blends with philosophical reflection in a memoir which is warm and fuzzy.