Lukewarm – meaning of the word and examples

(especially of a liquid) only slightly warm. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Moderately warm: Tepid. (Merriam – Webster)

Lacking conviction: Half – hearted. (Merriam – Webster)

Something, especially a liquid, that is lukewarm is only slightly warm. (Collins Dictionary)

If you describe a person or their attitude as lukewarm, you mean that they are not showing much enthusiasm or interest. (Collins Dictionary)

(of liquid or food that should be hot) only moderately warm; tepid. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Showing little enthusiasm. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Examples

On being lukewarm.

https://liturgicalyear.wordpress.com/2012/11/20/on-being-lukewarm/

What does Jesus mean: “I wish you were cold or hot, not lukewarm”?

http://www.reenactingtheway.com/blog/i-wish-you-were-cold-or-hot-not-lukewarm-doesnt-mean-jesus-prefers-you-hate-him-instead-of-live-on-the-fence6135488

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