noun: A pedestrian route chosen for its warmth, rather than because it makes the pedestrian's trip shorter.

Warmcuts can be taken in an urban area, usually through a department store or office building that spans an entire city block, for the specific purpose of avoiding the cold weather outside.

On the way to my annual winter lunch with Pierpont, I took a warmcut through the County Services building.
автор: KatieOh! 5 февраля 2007
a route chosen, often in winter, that leads through heated buildings to escape intense cold, snow and other winter weather. Similar to a short-cut but does not usually reduce travel time, in fact, if often increases the length of the trip.
Person 1: It is so cold out and we still have half of campus to cross.

Person 2: Don't worry man, let's hang a left and take the warm cut through the library.
автор: vanhoved_10 23 июня 2009
finding warmer ways to get to class
my cousin tony enjoys warmcuts
автор: les stroud 4 октября 2007
Cutting through a shop or building in general, to avoid the cold. Regardless of time effect!
Walking from Reading station, to the Oracle, guy says 'lets take a Warm-Cut'.

Cutting through shops/buildings even though its longer, as to avoid the cold.
автор: Fanny schmela 3 февраля 2012

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