warmadjective

  • ja(人的に)暖かい
  • enfeeling or showing kindness, friendship, and affection

Examples

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A genuine Scherbatzsky sighting out in nature.
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That’s like seeing Sasquatch.
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No, Sasquatch is a warm and affectionate creature.
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At this point, Robin is more like the Yeti, cold and aloof.
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1.
Okay, everyone.
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We've been assigned a new commander.
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Please give him a warm welcome.
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Hey, guys.
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I'm Captain Stanley.
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Yuck. That sounds so formal.
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Captain Jason?
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No.
9.
Call me C.J.
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She has a big heart, your mom.
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She's warm, but she's also kind of scary.
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- You can't be scary and warm. - I think you can.
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Your mom is.
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I'd like to introduce you to the star of the show,
2.
one of the greatest jazz legends of our time.
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Music lovers and jazz lovers alike,
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please give a warm hand of applause
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for the one and only Mr. Peeping Tom. Take it away.
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Thank you. Thank you very much.
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You're very warm.
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And when you don't feel good, you're getting a little needy.
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And so you call mom.
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Now, I encourage you to think of me not as the Vatican secretary of state
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who may, at times, have been wily, despotic, and brutal.
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As the pope, I would be different.
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Warm, moderate, prudent, and respectful of all sexual orientations.
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Hi.
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Corky.
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- Corky? - Yeah.
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- Oh, great name. - Thanks.
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I mean, you seem super warm, friendly.
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Do you have a family? Do you have kids?
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Not that I know of.
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Not that you know of, okay!
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It turns out that living in the midst of conflict is really bad for our health.
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High-conflict marriages, for example, without much affection,
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turn out to be very bad for our health, perhaps worse than getting divorced.
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And living in the midst of good, warm relationships is protective.

Other meanings for warm...

warmadjective

  • ja暖かい、暖かい感じの
  • ensomewhat hot but not cold, or causing or allowing you to feel such temperature
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Here, switch seats with me.
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Oh, wow, your butt's really warm.
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My butt's normal. Your butt's the weird one.
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So looks like we're locked in.
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That's bad news for you 'cause you're trapped in here with a psycho.
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Has anyone tried it from the outside?
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Lock's broken. Gotta call facilities.
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Copy that. No rush.
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As I said, I got all the time in the wor— It's a little warm in here, right?
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Oh, here's a door.
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Check that one out.
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How's the handle?
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It's warm.
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- Okay, go to the back door. - Well, another option, another option. Geez!
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- Okay, settle down, everyone! No bunching. - I forgot my purse!
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Leave it, woman!
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Get out of the way. Go, go, go!
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Things can be replaced, Phyllis.
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People — human lives, however, can —
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Otto, why is the water next to Squid so warm?
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Sam, you freak.
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You didn't.
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What?
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I just jumped in.
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It looks warm in there.
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Warm and happy.
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- Mittens. Those a present? - Come on.
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They're warm.
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Those are so fuzzy and warm.
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Ah, let me feel those. Let me feel that.