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warm·blood·ed

warm-blooded

 
pronunciation:
worm bluh dihd
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part of speech: adjective
definition: having a body temperature that remains steady and warm, no matter what the outside temperature is.
Many scientists think that dinosaurs were warm-blooded.Mammals and birds are warm-blooded animals.
antonyms:
cold-blooded
derivation: warm-bloodedness (n.)
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