2. martial, military, military-minded, soldierly, soldierlike; armed, under arms, armed to the teeth, sword in hand, in battle array, Archaic, battailous,
warlock, n. 1. sorcerer, wizard, male witch, conjurer, magician, Archaic, mage; shaman, witch doctor, root doctor, medicine man; exorcist.
2. seer, soothsayer, oracle, fortuneteller, palmist, necromancer, thaumaturgist; augur, diviner, dowser, (in ancient Rome) haruspice.
warm, adj. 1. tepid, lukewarm, heated; toasty, Inf. roasty-toasty, snug, comfortable, cozy.
2. fervid, fervent, zealous, ardent, vehement; emotional, passionate, impassioned, warm-blooded, hotheaded, impetuous.
3. friendly, on friendly terms, on good terms, on a first-name basis; intimate, familiar, close, Inf. tight, Inf. thick, Inf. thick as thieves, Inf. like two peas in a pod.
4. cordial, genial, hearty, hospitable, amiable, receptive, open-hearted; enthusiastic, ebullient, effusive, gushing, glowing; earnest, sincere, heartfelt.
5. irritated, annoyed, vexed, piqued, peeved, Inf. miffed, Inf. aggravated; exasperated, ruffled, discomposed, disturbed; irate, angry, Sl. hot, Sl. hot under the collar, Sl. all riled up, Sl. ticked-off, Sl. teed-off.
6. lively, full of life, animated, Inf. full of pep, Inf. full of get up and go; energetic, vigorous, full of vigor; vivacious, vivid, frisky, brisk.
7. Informal, unpleasant, unenjoyable, uncomfortable; strained, tense, heated, volatile, explosive.
-v. 8. heat, heat up, mull, tepefy; reheat, warm over.
9. animate, vivify, invigorate, inspirit, rouse, arouse, waken, wake up, stir; incite, foment, agitate, fire up.
warm up a. prepare, practice, drill, Music, noodle; train, loosen up, Inf. get loose, exercise, b. intensify, heighten, deepen, worsen.
warmed-over, adj. 1. reheated, recooked.
2. stale, tired, musty; hackneyed, trite, timeworn, shopworn, worn thin; cut-and-dried, prosaic, unimaginative; banal, stock, familiar, common, commonplace, back-number, Inf. old hat; unoriginal, derivative.
warmth, n. 1. fervor, fervidity, ardor, vehemence; zeal, enthusiasm, ebullience; passion, passionateness, impetuousness, warm-bloodedness, hot-headedness.
2. friendliness, cordiality, geniality, heartiness, hospitableness, amiableness, receptiveness, open-heartedness; earnestness, sincerity, genuineness.
3. intimacy, familiarity, closeness, Inf. tightness.
4. (all to a slight degree) irritation, annoyance, vexation, pique, Inf. aggravation; anger, dudgeon.
warn, v. 1. precaution, caution, forewarn, prewarn, Rare, premonish; alert, put [s.o.] on the alert, put [s.o.] on guard, put [s.o.] on the qui vive, Sl. give [s.o.] the high sign; give notice, give prior notice, give fair warning, read the riot act.
2. remonstrate, expostulate, urge, admonish, Archaic. monish, exhort; counsel, advise, say a word to the wise, Inf. put a bug in [s.o.'s] ear.
3. notify, inform, tell, apprise, let [s.o.] know, have one to know, give one to understand, enlighten, acquaint, Inf. tip off, Inf. clue in, Inf let [s.o.] in on [s.t.], Sl. put [s.o.] wise, Sl. put [s.o.] on to [s.t.].
warning, n. 1. caution, admonition, monition, advice, counsel; expostulation, remonstration.
2. omen, portent, sign, indication, token, foretoken, harbinger; premonition, preindication, forewarning, foreshadowing, handwriting on the wall; augury, prog-