-t 表示抽象名称的词尾 变化型 -th
(a) (also warmness) state of being warm 温暖; 暖和
*the warmth of the climate气候之温暖.
(b) moderate heat 适当的热度
*Warmth is needed for the seeds to germinate. 种子发芽需要适当的温度.
(c) strength of feeling 感情的强度
*He was touched by the warmth of their welcome. 他受到他们热情欢迎, 十分感动.
* She denied the accusation with some warmth, ie strenuously, forcefully. 她有些激动, 竭力否认这一指责.
[Date: 1100-1200; Origin: warm]
the heat something produces, or when you feel warm
the warmth of the summer sun
The children huddled closely together for warmth.
friendliness and happiness
the warmth of her smile
1. We know that the air holds some of the warmth coming from the sun. 我们知道，空气能储存太阳射来的部分热量。
2. We have put old women in nursing "homes" with absolutely no intellectual stimulation, isolated from human warmth and contact, and then condemned them for losing their mental abilities. 我们把老年妇女送进养老之"家"，那儿没有丝毫促进思考动脑的活动，远离人间的温暖和交往，然后指责她们丧失了思维能力。
3. The warmth of the room made me sleepy. 房间里挺暖和的，（使）我想睡觉了。
4. The pleasant warmth of the coast turned into the fiercest kind of heat. 海岸那宜人的温暖变成了最猛烈的酷热。
5. Placing a pillow between her legs, I notice that these too are ice cold, and not until I run my hand up over her knees do I feel any of the life-giving warmth of blood. 当我把枕头放在她两腿之间时，发现它们也是冰凉的，直到把手移到她膝盖以上的部位，我才感受到血液供给生命的热度。
6. But I don't feel much warmth in their half-embarrassed embrace. 但是我们并没有在他们有点局促不安的拥抱中感到多少温暖。
7. Our earth gets its warmth and light from the sun. 我们的地球从太阳那里获得温暖和阳光。