Unwarm

Un`warm´


v. t.1.To lose warmth; to grow cold.
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Despite the unwarm relations after the invasion of Kuwait, the State of Kuwait did not halt its political, economic, financial support to Palestinian people.
Carrying the slight, unwarm bundle under his left arm, he began to walk along the bushy perimeter of the field.
The focus will be on the practical way they found to renew what they thought as a massive, anonymous, and unwarm church through the creation of small groups comprised within the larger church.