v. t.1.To lose warmth; to grow cold.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Your hopes have to deal here with 'a breast unwarmed by any affection,' as the poet says.
It is not as hard as a stone," he went on in the same introspective voice, and looking as if his heart were lying as heavy as a stone in that unwarmed breast of which he spoke.
'Better that we don't travel to-day,' I say, 'else will the frost be unwarmed in the breathing and bite all the edges of our lungs.
Humiliation clung to her like a cold shroud--never to be shaken off, unwarmed by this madness of generosity.
"Despite the unwarm relations after the invasion of Kuwait, the State of Kuwait did not halt its political, economic, financial support to Palestinian people." The Palestinian leader thanked HH the Amir for his approval of the reopening of the Palestinian Embassy in Kuwait last year.
Carrying the slight, unwarm bundle under his left arm, he began to walk along the bushy perimeter of the field.
Unwarmed patients typically become hypothermic, experiencing a loss in core body temperature of up to 1-1.5[degrees]C in the first hour after induction of anaesthesia (2).
What is clear, however, is that simply keeping patients covered with conventional fabric blankets, whether warmed or unwarmed, or foil/ plastic 'space-blankets' does not provide any warming and may not even adequately maintain the patient's temperature at application, especially in colder climates or air-conditioned hospital rooms.
First, he dismisses the possibility of identifying this principle with some unwarmed pockets of water that later cool the entire substance.
The inlet water temperature then decreased as new, unwarmed water arrived at the water heater.
We read in Chapter 2 how in contrast to the dignity of Omar's takeover of Jerusalem, the crusaders of 1099 gave themselves over to an ecstasy of blood-letting: 'Here was the raging darkness of a Europe unwarmed by the south since the coming of Islam: Charlemagne's northern empire, but without his political genius, hurling iron shafts of ignorance against a sun-filled civilisation of the south' (p.