noun an increase in the average temperature of the earth's atmosphere (especially a sustained increase that causes climatic changes)
noun warming that results when solar radiation is trapped by the atmosphere; caused by atmospheric gases that allow sunshine to pass through but absorb heat that is radiated back from the warmed surface of the earth
noun the front of an advancing mass of warmer air
warm the bench
verb be out of the game
ride the bench.
Miller was riding the bench in Saturday's game
verb become excited about
He warmed to the idea of a trip to Antarctica
verb run until the normal working temperature is reached
We warmed up the car for a few minutes
verb become more friendly or open
She warmed up after we had lunch together
verb get warm or warmer
The soup warmed slowly on the stove
verb cause to do preliminary exercises so as to stretch the muscles
The coach warmed up the players before the game
verb make one's body limber or suppler by stretching, as if to prepare for strenuous physical activity
limber up; loosen up.
adjective having warm blood (in animals whose body temperature is internally regulated)
(Physiol.)Having warm blood; -- applied especially to those animals, as birds and mammals, which have warm blood, or, more properly, the power of maintaining a nearly uniform temperature whatever the temperature of the surrounding air. See Homoiothermal.
Having strong affection; cordial; sincere; hearty; sympathetic. -- Warm"-heart`ed*ness, n.
adjective satellite used of music
noun exercising in preparation for strenuous activity
noun a long-handled covered pan holding live coals to warm a bed