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Things warmth often describes (“warmth ________”)
spread, receptors, disperses, spreads, course, spots, shot, increases, scales, favors, hostility, returns, emanation, factor, acts, means, aggravates

Descriptive words:
great, much, more, little, human, genial, greater, emotional, personal, natural, genuine, gentle, pleasant, real, sudden, extra, soft, unusual, equal, parental, generous, considerable, vital, inner, less, maternal, comfortable, sufficient, external, friendly, comforting, additional, grateful, delicious, relative, enough, usual, moist, artificial, moderate, excessive, welcome, sweet, greatest, nonpossessive, strange, slight, familiar, added, peculiar, kindly, tropical, unexpected, agreeable, mild, affectionate, mutual, spiritual, faint, cozy, dry, golden, honest, interpersonal, comparative, soothing, extraordinary, wonderful, spontaneous, extreme, utmost, sunny, passionate, quiet, wet, undue, radiant


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See warmth used in context: 6 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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