warm spot

warm′ spot`


n.
Informal. a memory or group of memories that one regards with affection.
[1925–30]
References in classic literature ?
The chronicler of passing events sat through it, motionless, with suspended pen; and when the movement was complete Poesy was represented in that place by nothing but a warm spot on the wooden chair.
But over his heart there seemed to be a warm spot, where those young hands had placed that precious dollar.
governed by a warm spot on the cushion of the throne.
The red tint of his clear-cut face with trim short black whiskers under a cap of curly iron-grey hair was the only warm spot in the dinginess of that room cooled by the cheerless tablecloth.
A car's engine, for example, may provide a warm spot to "hole up" in subzero conditions.
He isn't being dominant, he is trying to tell you he wants to stay in the warm spot a little longer the only way he knows how.
After six weeks in a warm spot you should see a stem and root system forming.
Marcus AMATERIAL breaks down more quickly in a warm spot, but try to avoid full sun.
QDoes Marcus AMATERIAL breaks down more quickly in a warm spot, but try to avoid full sun.
The star was once unreasonably chastised in her home Scottish press for performing in the kingdom by the ill-informed anti-Bahrain brigade, so straight away she had a warm spot in my heart.
Cover and leave to rise in a warm spot (an airing cupboard is ideal) for about an hour or until it's doubled in size.
She has excellent litter box habits, enjoys being brushed with a soft brush and likes to stretch out in a warm spot.