We have no meanings for "warm a man" in our records yet.
As if they wanted nothing more from life than to warm a man's bed.
It certainly does warm a man's insides.
Murtagh paused, then said irrelevantly, "Ellen MacKenzie had the sweetest smile I ever saw; would warm a man to the backbone just to see it."
For it always warms a man to see a woman brave.
It warms a man to know he's got a friend- afriendlike you.
"Poole," said he, "have you nothing that warms a man better than this?"
It was the sort of stew that warmed a man right down to his bones, just the thing for a wet, cold night.
"That warms a man," said he.
"Yet I'm told there's nothing like a wolfskin cloak to warm a man by night." He made a sharp gesture.
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