warmer

[ US /ˈwɔɹmɝ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɔːmɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. device that heats water or supplies warmth to a room
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How To Use warmer In A Sentence

  • Beyond affecting the humans and wildlife that call the area home, the Arctic's warmer temperatures and decreases in permafrost, snow cover, glaciers and sea ice also have wide-ranging consequences for the physical and biological systems in other parts of the world. Arctic is warming, NOAA report says
  • Many birds are nesting earlier than they used to, while others are overwintering in this country instead of migrating to warmer parts.
  • It has a warmer feel, thanks to teal walls, blonde wood and large light fixtures like softly glowing upside-down umbrellas.
  • And those involved are pretty small: a few degrees between cooler land and warmer ocean at night, a few tens of degrees between tropics and poles. Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet
  • He sits back and fiddles with a legwarmer. Times, Sunday Times
  • In fact, the average winter low in Sitka is 30 degrees, much warmer than many continental towns on our list. 12 Terrific Small Towns You’ve Never Heard Of | Impact Lab
  • Customers seem fed up with lugging around massive lap warmers.
  • Although they were high in the mountains, and the wind was from the east, and cold with a foretaste of winter, still, it felt warmer than the gelid air radiating from the White River.
  • Warmer temperatures may allow species with a low rate of infection, such as brucellosis in caribou or echinococcus in voles, to survive in larger numbers increasing the number of susceptible hosts and infected animals. Potential impacts of indirect mechanisms of climate change on human health in the Arctic
  • The dog sheds its winter coat once the weather becomes warmer.
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