The body needs food, warmth and water, but your heart needs more.
Even her most extreme remarks have been delivered with a smile as she radiates the warmth of a friendly small-town neighbor.
It is a heavy tome, utterly devoid of insight, warmth, wisdom or likeability.
Journalist Isabelle Wilkinson describes the human side of this in her wonderful book, The warmth of Other Suns.
The lack of warmth other governors seemed to feel for Palin was just as surprising.
He shivered as he felt the warmth of the folds under his hands.
Pocahontas contrasted this chill with the warmth of church socials at home.
However, warmth and food are at present our principal objects.
The connection of dress with warmth and modesty is derived and remote.
Charles had disturbed the equilibrium of her heart by his warmth, and had not restored it again by a word of recompense.