noun. ['ˈwɔrmθ'] the sensation caused by heat energy.
Words that Rhyme with Warmth
Example sentences of the word warmth
1. Noun, singular or mass
The warmth of the engine is what makes heat inside your car when you turn on the heater.
2. Noun, plural
Seeds need warmth and water to sprout.
Quotes containing the word warmth
1. Cameron Crowe can write dialogue and shoot it with warmth and humor like nobody else.
- Emma McLaughlin
2. I like the idea of being warm and secure. That's what home should be. That you have a sense of warmth, security, love, and you love the things around you and surround yourself with beauty.
- Andre Leon Talley
3. I love Christmas, not just because of the presents but because of all the decorations and lights and the warmth of the season.
- Ashley Tisdale
noun. ['ˈwɔrmθ'] the quality of having a moderate degree of heat.
- high temperature
noun. ['ˈwɔrmθ'] a warmhearted feeling.
- low temperature
noun. ['ˈwɔrmθ'] the trait of being intensely emotional.
noun. ['ˈwɔrmθ'] a quality proceeding from feelings of affection or love.