Synonyms of warm
1 balmyDictionary • The weather was so warm I had to take off my jacket.
balmy • a balmy summer's evening
mild • The area is famous for its mild winters.
temperate • The valley keeps a temperate climate throughout the year.
fine • I'll do the garden if the weather is fine.
bright • the bright winter sky
sunny • The weather was surprisingly warm and sunny.
sultry • The climax came one sultry August evening.
2 cosyDictionary • Nothing beats coming home to a warm house.
cosy • Guests can relax in the cosy bar before dinner.
snug • a snug log cabin
comfortable • A home should be comfortable and friendly.
homely • We try and provide a very homely atmosphere.
3 moderately hot • A warm bath will help to relax you.
4 thermalDictionary • Some people can't afford warm clothes.
thick • She wore a thick tartan skirt.
chunky • You can't beat these big chunky sweaters for warmth.
5 mellowDictionary • The basement hallway is painted a warm yellow.
mellow • Is she more mellow and tolerant?
relaxing • I find cooking very relaxing.
pleasant • a pleasant surprise
agreeable • I've gone out of my way to be agreeable to his friends.
restful • a joyous and restful three days
6 affableDictionary • We were instantly attracted by his warm personality.
affable • He is an extremely affable and approachable man.
kindly • He was a stern critic but an extremely kindly man.
friendly • a friendly atmosphere
affectionate • They seemed devoted to each other and were openly affectionate.
loving • a loving husband and father
tender • tender, loving care
pleasant • He was most anxious to seem agreeable and pleasant.
hearty • He was a hearty, bluff, athletic sort of guy.
good-humoured • Rose remained good-humoured in spite of all their teasing.
amiable • She had been surprised at how amiable and polite he had seemed.
amicable • The meeting ended on reasonably amicable terms.
cordial • I had never known him to be so chatty and cordial.
sociable • Some children have more sociable personalities than others.
genial • He was a warm-hearted friend and a genial host.
congenial • The food at the party was excellent, and the company congenial.
hospitable • The locals are hospitable and welcoming.
approachable • We found him very approachable and easy to talk to.
amorous • She is the object of his amorous intentions.
likable or likeable
PHRASAL VERBS:▷ warm down
▷ warm up
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affableSomeone who is affable is pleasant and friendly.
• He is an extremely affable and approachable man.
affectionateIf you are affectionate, you show your love or fondness for another person in the way that you behave towards them.
• They seemed devoted to each other and were openly affectionate.
agreeableIf someone is agreeable, they are pleasant and try to please people.
• I've gone out of my way to be agreeable to his friends.
Thesaurus for warm from the Collins English Thesaurus
characterized by or having a moderate degree of heat; moderately hot