The Correct spelling is: warm
Common misspellings of the word warm are:
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adj., warmÂ·er, warmÂ·est.
- Somewhat hotter than temperate; having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat; moderately hot: a warm climate.
- Having the natural heat of living beings: a warm body.
- Preserving or imparting heat: a warm overcoat.
- Having or causing a sensation of unusually high body heat, as from exercise or hard work; overheated.
- Marked by enthusiasm; ardent: warm support.
- Characterized by liveliness, excitement, or disagreement; heated: a warm debate.
- Marked by or revealing friendliness or sincerity; cordial: warm greetings.
- Loving; passionate: a warm embrace.
- Excitable, impetuous, or quick to be aroused: a warm temper.
- Predominantly red or yellow in tone: a warm sunset.
- Recently made; fresh: a warm trail.
- Close to discovering, guessing, or finding something, as in certain games.
- Informal. Uncomfortable because of danger or annoyance: Things are warm for the bookies.
v., warmed, warmÂ·ing, warms. v.tr.
- To raise slightly in temperature; make warm: warmed the rolls a bit more; warm up the house.
- To make zealous or ardent; enliven.
- To fill with pleasant emotions: We were warmed by the sight of home.
- To become warm: The rolls are warming in the oven.
- To become ardent, enthusiastic, or animated: began to warm to the subject.
- To become kindly disposed or friendly: She felt the audience warming to her.
A warming or heating.phrasal verb:
- To prepare for an athletic event by exercising, stretching, or practicing for a short time beforehand.
- To make or become ready for an event or operation.
- To make more enthusiastic, excited, or animated.
- To approach a state of confrontation or violence.
[Middle English, from Old English wearm.]warmer warm'er n.
warmish warm'ish adj.
warmly warm'ly adv.
warmness warm'ness n.