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Constant-roll warm inflation is introduced in this work. A novel approach to finding an exact solution for Friedman equations coupled to the scalar field equation of motion is presented for cold inflation and is extended to warm inflation with the constant dissipative parameter $Q=\frac{\Gamma}{3H}$. The evolution of the primordial inhomogeneities of a scalar field in a thermal bath is also studied. The $1\sigma$ consistency between the theoretical predictions of the model and observational constraints has been proven for a range of $Q$ and $\beta=-\frac{\ddot{\phi}}{3H\phi}$ (constant rate of inflaton roll). In addition, we briefly investigate the possible enhancement of super-horizon perturbations beyond the slow-roll approximation.
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