warmth Definition

  • 1the quality, state, or sensation of being warm; a moderate degree of heat
  • 2a friendly and welcoming quality or atmosphere

Using warmth: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "warmth" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The warmth of the sun felt good on her skin.

  • Example

    She welcomed us with warmth and hospitality.

  • Example

    The warmth of his smile put me at ease.

  • Example

    The warmth of the fire made the room cozy.

warmth Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for warmth

Antonyms for warmth

Phrases with warmth

  • to experience a friendly and welcoming atmosphere


    As soon as we entered the restaurant, we could feel the warmth of the staff and the ambiance.

  • to spread kindness and friendliness to others


    During the holiday season, many people try to share the warmth by volunteering and donating to those in need.

  • take the chill off

    to make something more comfortable or welcoming by adding warmth


    I turned on the heater to take the chill off the room.


Summary: warmth in Brief

The term 'warmth' [wɔːmθ] refers to the quality, state, or sensation of being warm, as well as a friendly and welcoming quality or atmosphere. It can describe the feeling of the sun on one's skin or the coziness of a fire. 'Warmth' can also be used in phrases like 'feel the warmth' and 'share the warmth,' which denote a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.

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