warmed

[ US /ˈwɔɹmd/ ]
[ UK /wˈɔːmd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having been warmed up
    a cup of warmed milk
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How To Use warmed In A Sentence

  • Inspired by the intrepid babushka, I overcame the inbred fear of Russian salesmen and requested that my order be warmed as well.
  • England's wars, waged successfully by humble bowmen as well as knights and noblemen, created among all ranks a self-confidence that warmed English hearts.
  • Now the servants and officers who had made a fire of coals stood there, for it was cold, and they warmed themselves.
  • Toxins accumulate faster, and viruses and bacteria grow more quickly, in a body that is not adequately warmed.
  • Even though sociobiology never became exactly fashionable, many biologists eventually warmed up to the ideas, albeit tweaking and interpreting them in a new and modern way.
  • And I've rambled on far too much, but only because I warmed to the subject as I was writing about it.
  • Flies swarmed in the kitchen, and everything was in total chaos.
  • The irony was wasted on the Americans as they swarmed down the crumbling alleys.
  • Atlético Paranaense warmed to the aggressive midfielder from the Minas Gerais province, only to have second thoughts. Sandro: 'I told my brother: I'll be the player we should both have been'
  • ganoid fishes swarmed during the earlier geological periods
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