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Synonyms for cold

Synonyms for cold

marked by a low temperature

not affected by or showing emotion

lacking all friendliness and warmth

deficient in or lacking sexual desire

lacking consciousness

relative lack of physical warmth

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a mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs)

the sensation produced by low temperatures

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having a low or inadequate temperature or feeling a sensation of coldness or having been made cold by e.g. ice or refrigeration

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having lost freshness through passage of time

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(color) giving no sensation of warmth

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marked by errorless familiarity

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lacking originality or spontaneity

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so intense as to be almost uncontrollable

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sexually unresponsive

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without compunction or human feeling

feeling or showing no enthusiasm

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unconscious from a blow or shock or intoxication

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of a seeker

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lacking the warmth of life

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In addition to a bruised back suffered in a fall Wednesday, Toby Bailey was battling a chest cold.
Normal children and individuals with adequate immune systems often acquire a benign chest cold when infected with RSV.
If you suffer from shortness of breath, wheezing, chronic cough, recurring chest colds, unexplained liver disease and/or asthma that does not respond to treatment, you should take a simple blood test to determine if you have Alpha-1," said John Walsh, co-founder and CEO of the Alpha-1 Foundation, a not-for-profit that raises awareness of Alpha-1 and works to improve the lives of people who have it.
In children, complementary health care approaches were most commonly used to treat back and neck pain, head or chest colds, anxiety, stress, and "other musculoskeletal conditions" (P < .
However, children had a greater variety of conditions being treated with CAM than did adults, including head and chest colds, anxiety and stress, insomnia, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and musculoskeletal complaints.
Adult use of CAM therapies for head or chest colds showed a marked decrease from 2002 to 2007 (9.
For people like me with a history of coughs accompanying chest colds, Cordyceps may be ideal.
It is specifically used for asthma, coughs, bronchitis, chest colds, hay fever, sinusitis, phlegm and whooping cough.
To sooth chest colds, add 1/4 cup or more vinegar to the vaporizer.
The bad smog episodes also coincided with more lower-respiratory symptoms, such as coughs, phlegm, wheezing and chest colds -- but only among participants whose homes lacked air conditioners, which can limit indoor ozone levels.
Among children who used CAM in the past 12 months, CAM therapies were used most often for back or neck pain, head or chest colds, anxiety or stress, other musculoskeletal problems, and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD).
African/Caribbean therapies include the consumption of raw onion to treat asthma, chest colds, and persistent cough.
Common symptoms of Alpha-1 related to the lungs are shortness of breath, wheezing, chronic cough and sputum (phlegm) production, and recurring chest colds.