[ UK /wˈɔːmnəs/ ]
a positive feeling of liking
he had trouble expressing the affection he felt
the warmness of his welcome made us feel right at home
the child won everyone's heart
the quality of having a moderate degree of heat
an agreeable warmth in the house
How To Use warmness In A Sentence
- I love the feeling of slowness and how a day can start off with a chilling coldness that melts into a strange half-warmness later on.
- The former leaves to the latter to discover for itself the three carnal sins, avarice, gluttony and libidinousness; having already declared the nature of the spiritual sins, pride, envy, anger, and indifference, or lukewarmness in piety, which the Italians call accidia, from the Greek word. Divine Comedy, Cary's Translation, Complete
- John, in penning the word of God in Holy Writ, referred to neutrality as lukewarmness. The Spirit of '67
- Warmness is the most peaceful and quietest part in one's heart.
- They may call their lukewarmness charity, meekness, moderation, and a largeness of soul; it is nauseous to Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
- God's word repeated as prayer, spoken to one another as encouragement, reflected on when we are perplexed, can still cut through pain, confusion, and lukewarmness.
- Such a state is what the Scriptures call lukewarmness, which to God is revolting.
- Efficacy: perfectly combined the faint scent of shea fruit and quiet atmosphere brings harmony and warmness.
- It may be some one of our original stock of sins not yet mortified; or some new sin into which we have recently fallen; or some relaxation of our spiritual life, out of which has arisen, perhaps, one dangerous temptation, such as lukewarmness, selfishness, or vainglory. Sermons. Volume Third.
- Know, my son, and make all others know, that it is a probable and proximate sign of eternal damnation to have an aversion, a lukewarmness, or a negligence in saying the Angelical Salutation, which has repaired the whole world. Archive 2009-06-14