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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 are all a big part of what we do and it gives me a warm fuzzy feeling to call you all my friends
What about if I told you there was a lovely place on the web where you're guaranteed a smile, a hug and a nice warm fuzzy feeling.
It was money well spent, left viewers with a warm fuzzy feeling and pursued an idea without it being offensive, insensitive or prejudicial.
That warm fuzzy glow can spread far beyond the tiny screen, too.
We all left the theatre with happy faces and a very warm fuzzy Christmassy feeling.
The management could set up a scheme to sell this food to labour camps or charities and get that warm fuzzy feeling that comes from doing the right thing.
Fun Camp features a "Dear Mom" letter every day, for instance, and regular "Warm Fuzzy" notes, which one imagines turning up in a camper's mailbox.
It's because Chicago wants a warm fuzzy. 'Let's pass a bill that will eliminate assault rifles.' Last year, there were more people killed with hammers than with assault rifles."
Are times this tough that we'd replace the warm fuzzy feelings of tearing the wrapping off a mysterious package with the practicality of tearing open an envelope and hearing a couple of ka-chings?
The movie motif makes a real-live cameo at the finish of the novel and leaves readers with the warm fuzzy feeling that not all personal records are futile.
It seems that somehow the swan-induced warm fuzzy Christmas I crave is a farce, at least according to my Bible.