How is it that a warm-blooded, affectionate race generates such atrocious social heartlessness?
Both feed on warm-blooded animals, and neither will eat carrion.
The dyspnœa and convulsions are the usual result, seen among all warm-blooded animals, of the heart affection.
The whale is a warm-blooded animal; the fish is cold-blooded.
It is to try a man's soul—a frosty greeting; but, a warm-blooded opposition—that's only to stir a man up.
This action is noticed in cold as well as in warm-blooded animals.
The change which these undergo reduces them from the state of warm-blooded animals to that of cold.
Professor Owen argued from the absence of feathers that they could not have been warm-blooded.
Such talk as that won't go far with warm-blooded young people, over head and ears in love.
But Burl and his fellows knew of no warm-blooded creature but themselves.
Maintaining a relatively constant and warm body temperature independent of environmental temperature; homeothermic.