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warmth

[ wawrmth ]
/ wɔrmθ /
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noun
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Origin of warmth

First recorded in 1125–75, warmth is from the Middle English word wermth.See warm, -th1

OTHER WORDS FROM warmth

warmthless, adjectivewarmth·less·ness, noun
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How to use warmth in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for warmth

warmth
/ (wɔːmθ) /

noun
the state, quality, or sensation of being warm
intensity of emotionhe denied the accusation with some warmth
affection or cordiality
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