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Contextual TemperaturePlay
Use 'warm' to describe a comfortable, moderate temperature, usually positive. SlideAfter the cold morning, the afternoon felt pleasantly warm.
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Subjective FeelingPlay
'Warm' often expresses personal comfort rather than exact measurement. SlideThe blanket was warm enough to make me feel cozy.
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Emotional WarmthPlay
Describing weather or objects as 'warm' may evoke feelings of comfort or nostalgia. SlideThe warm sunlight streaming through the window reminded her of home.