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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwarmthwarmth /wɔːmθ $ wɔːrmθ/ ●●○ noun [uncountable]  1 HOTthe heat something produces, or when you feel warmwarmth of the warmth of the summer sunfor warmth The children huddled closely together for warmth.2 FRIENDLYfriendliness and happinesswarmth of the warmth of her smile
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warmthSome have escaped from orphanages where food and warmth are in short supply and compassion even shorter.My friends were wearing two and three sweaters and had beach towels draped around their shoulders for extra warmth.Fonda speaks of his father with great warmth.She beamed at him but he did not return her warmth.Out of this new relationship, a child can often develop the warmth and confidence he or she needs.She climbed aboard the Mumbles train and huddled in a seat in the warmth of the lower deck.She dropped her robe on to the stool near by and stepped into the water, sinking slowly down into the warmth.the warmth of the fireThe warmth which sisters and sisters-in-law may show for one another can cushion a woman against the harshness of her life.
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