noun. the feeling encountered on the skin and some interior portions whenever the stimulant surpasses the typical skin temperature of about 33-degrees Celsius. That being said, a degree of adaptation might take place, that might elicit differentiations in this temperature.

WARMTH: "Hot baths can lead to the feeling of warmth. "
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