Adjective(1) moderately warm(2) feeling or showing little interest or enthusiasm
(1) Gently wipe away all traces of the cleanser with a face washer wrung out in tepid water, rinsing at least twice more in warm water.(2) Though public response has been tepid , advocates of civil rights are enthusiastic.(3) Itchiness and skin irritation can be reduced by keeping the skin cool with light clothing and tepid baths or sponging.(4) It seems that in the United Kingdom, there is sometimes kind of a tepid response to the royals.(5) Sponging the exposed parts of the body with tepid water on a regular basis is a very useful method to bring the temperature down(6) The tepid liquid flows down my throat and straight to the bottom of my stomach.(7) Cool to tepid water helps reduce fevers; warm water relaxes the child and soothes the nervous system.(8) Every couple of months, set the plant in the shower and spray the foliage with tepid water to wash off dust.(9) And don't get me started on the hapless server who warms up my cup for me with more tepid water.(10) Here, you can laze on a beach lounger attended to by courteous, but discreet, staff, or paddle or swim in the tepid turquoise water.(11) He brings to the fierce struggle of politics the tepid enthusiasm of a lazy summer afternoon at a cricket match.(12) Faint delicate rises could be seen, a long way off but the water was almost tepid at the surface and it seemed impossible that anything should be feeding on this quiet evening.(13) Yet the United Nations, the great world body created to bring peace and to disseminate aid to suffering people showed only tepid response.(14) The tepid water in the Gulf fed more heat and moisture into the hurricane.(15) I stepped out of the tub when the water grew tepid , feeling a lot more relaxed.(16) Spraying leaves often with tepid water helps increase humidity and keep the foliage clean and healthy.
1. lukewarm ::
2. unenthusiastic ::
3. half-hearted ::
1. eager ::
2. enthusiastic ::
3. hearty ::
4. keen ::
5. passionate ::
6. warm ::
Different Formstepid, tepidity, tepidly, tepidness
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