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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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"It's a great community I've come into and the fans have been so welcoming and warm towards all the guys," he said.
Meanwhile, Ian realises he is supposed to visit Bobby today, but he's not feeling that warm towards him at the moment.
But other European countries are increasingly warm towards Scotland and our predicament.
Because they were unhappy that the media had not given them appropriate coverage, they were not very warm towards reporters.
Let's get one thing straight - the vast majority of nurses with whom we came into contact were committed individuals who, despite the stresses and strains of being rushed off their feet for 12 hours at a time, were considerate and warm towards both patients and their relatives.
It took nearly a decade for Americans polled to warm towards Bush, who led the United States during the September 11, 2001 attacks and launched two wars in its aftermath.
"People generally have been very warm towards the idea of the FAW having its first female representative.
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.
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.
The FA know that, before the disastrous defeat in Russia last month, a string of promising results had seen fans begin to warm towards McClaren.
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.