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warm front the advancing edge of a mass of warm air that rises over colder air, usu. causing steady precipitation.
warm up to prepare for physical exercise or other activity by practicing.
warm-blooded having a body temperature that remains steady and warm, no matter what the outside temperature is.
warm-hearted having or showing sympathy, compassion, kindness, or generosity.
warm-up a set of preliminary exercises to prepare a person or animal for a physically demanding workout, performance, or contest. [4 definitions]