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But there had been a mother to his father: odd movements of a warmish curiosity brushed him when the cynic was not mounting guard.
Before the day peeped, came on a warmish rain, and the frost was all wiped away from among our feet.
We apologized for the cider being a little warmish from standing (discreetly hidden) under our desk.
PIPEFULSCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
The cote should be fixed in a warmish spot, and not exposed to cold easterly and northerly winds.
The rest came on with a rush, and for a time it war warmish.
INDIAN AND SCOUTF. S. BRERETON
Yer knew the business was likely ter be warmish, fer Jacob had as good as said so.
INDIAN AND SCOUTF. S. BRERETON
He rode right on to the tribe, and was accorded a warmish welcome, one buck casting his spear with great promptitude.
SPINIFEX AND SANDDAVID W CARNEGIE
He passed me a rough leathern water-bottle, and I took a draught of warmish fluid, tasting like the smell of goats.
ORIENTAL ENCOUNTERSMARMADUKE PICKTHALL
She went down with him into the warmish cellar, where already in the darkness the little yellow knobs of rhubarb were coming.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
There was a splash, an incipient shower of warmish liquid falling on Alfred's upturned chin.

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