Warmhearted vs Winning - What's the difference?

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As adjectives the difference between warmhearted and winning

is that warmhearted is alternative form of lang=en while winning is that constitutes a win.

As a verb winning is

present participle of lang=en.

As a noun winning is

the act of obtaining something, as in a contest or by competition.




  • * {{quote-news, 1988, February 19, Lawrence Bommer, The Radio Play, Chicago Reader citation
  • , passage=This new play by Gunnar Branson and Marc Silvia has a lot going for it--a warmhearted and detailed script about a 1940 radio broadcast (much like The 1940's Radio Hour), a sharp and energetic ten-member cast, and the right screwball pacing to make it work. }}




  • Our horse was winning the race, but fell back just before the finish line.

    Derived terms

    * winnings


  • That constitutes a win.
  • the winning entry in the competition
    the winning lotto numbers
  • That leads to success.
  • a winning formula, strategy, etc.
  • Attractive.
  • a winning smile


    (en noun)
  • The act of obtaining something, as in a contest or by competition.
  • (chiefly, in the plural) The money, etc., gained by success in competition or contest, especially in gambling.
  • * Chaucer
  • Ye seek land and sea for your winnings .
  • (mining) A new opening.
  • The portion of a coalfield out for working.
  • See also

    * winnings * winningest ----