Definitions and Examples of warm, hot, unfashionable
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Having or producing a comfortable and pleasant degree of heat.
She wrapped herself in a warm blanket to keep herself cozy on the cold winter night.
Having a high degree of heat or a high temperature.
The coffee was too hot to drink right away, so she waited for it to cool down.
Not in style or not following current fashion trends.
Her outfit was considered unfashionable by her friends, who were all wearing the latest styles.
Key Differences: warm vs hot vs unfashionable
- 1Warm describes a comfortable and pleasant degree of heat, while hot describes a high degree of heat.
- 2Unfashionable is unrelated to temperature and instead describes something that is not trendy or stylish.
Effective Usage of warm, hot, unfashionable
- 1Temperature: Use warm and hot to describe different degrees of heat.
- 2Fashion: Use unfashionable to describe clothing or accessories that are not trendy or stylish.
- 3Expressions: Use these antonyms in idiomatic expressions such as 'cool as a cucumber' or 'hot under the collar'.
The antonyms of cool are warm, hot, and unfashionable. Warm and hot describe different degrees of heat, while unfashionable describes something that is not trendy or stylish. These words can be used to describe temperature, fashion, or in idiomatic expressions.