warm to

VERB
  1. become excited about
    He warmed to the idea of a trip to Antarctica
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How To Use warm to In A Sentence

  • The moths swarm together for a moment, then disappear like candle flames going out.
  • He doesn't mean any of us impoliteness, but he needs a bit longer to warm to us.
  • Worn on your top half, it reflects warm tones onto the face. Times, Sunday Times
  • Suddenly, the temperature made a drop from warm to freezing, as the plants around her froze and the gust of wind became a piercing gale.
  • Heat the bread until it is warm to the touch.
  • Cooler notes are provided by wisteria, musk and linen while vanilla, sandalwood and acacia warm to the pulse points.
  • It's just somewhere warm to sit as the world drones by. Times, Sunday Times
  • But I was afraid of bivouacking; we were soaking wet, had no sleeping bags, nothing dry or warm to change into and we were still at a high elevation. Richard Bangs: Climbing the Killer Prince -- Merapi Volcano of Java, Part 3
  • He seems sincerely to want to find something to warm to in the least likeable of his subjects.
  • In the cellar, Manzanares creates drama through monumental architectonic volumes that highlight the warm tones of the oak barrels contained within them.
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