Synonyms for warmth
Antonyms for warmth
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WARMTH
Knowing the Milbreys, you will divine the warmth of their behaviour toward the son.
It increases in strength and warmth, blowing with a mighty roar.
Speak to me as is your wont—with the same kindliness and warmth—you know I am bound to you.
I am afraid you will condemn my warmth: But does not the occasion require it?
With what warmth of benevolence—how should he be otherwise than warm in any of his attributes?
I vindicated the good Mrs. Norton with a warmth that was due to her merit.
To save his life, he could not put any warmth into his voice.
He had been drinking, and the warmth of the liquor was in his voice.
They could feel the flock huddling back, and the warmth of the packed fleeces.
He took it from his girdle warped by the wet and the warmth of his body.
late 12c., wearmth, Proto-Germanic *warmitho- (cf. Middle Low German wermede, Dutch warmte), from *warmo- (see warm (adj.)).