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Synonyms for chill

Synonyms for chill

relative lack of physical warmth

marked by a low temperature

Synonyms for chill

coldness due to a cold environment

an almost pleasurable sensation of fright

a sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever


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a sudden numbing dread

make cool or cooler

loose heat

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In all that time,every single day that parliament has been faffing about, wasting time discussing the fate of foxes for legislation it has no intention of passing, young people are at risk -as our front page story today also chillingly illustrates.
However, it chillingly warned that a ``new Korean war will finally lead to the third world war'' and said Pyongyang would triumph in any ``fire-to-fire standoff'' with its American enemies.
The events were chillingly similar to the death of two other transgendered young people: In January 1994, Brandon Teena was attacked and killed after it was revealed at a party that he was a biological female, and in June 2001, Fred C.
An attitude that is chillingly supported by certain Christians, repeating an enthusiasm for fascist tendencies yet again.
She chronicles the stories of professors whose careers and whose very lives have been devastated by charges that are either chillingly trivial (a writing instructor fired for allowing a student-initiated discussion of sexual topics) or fantastic (multiple rapes which somehow didn't keep the victim from signing up for an elective course with the rapist).
In a more serious vein, Godsey chillingly relates the terrible days of the communist takeover of Hungary.
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Army of Shadows'' chillingly shows the mortal cost of wartime patriotism just as it silently indicts the large number of people who went along with the Vichy regime.
That sounds chillingly similar to Total Information Awareness, the Orwellian program that we helped to expose and slap down in 2003.
Each episode is told in a chillingly matter-of-fact way.
Serial killer Sirius Black, chillingly played by Gary Oldman, has escaped from Azkaban Prison and all the signs are that he's chosen Harry as his next victim.
These episodes, while comical, are presented in a chillingly deadpan manner, as the artist performs them with the methodical detachment of an assembly-line worker.
The 90-minute programme was commissioned some years ago but chillingly traces the devastation when a sample of the virus is released in New York.
Lupo pegged the parents as the kind of chillingly competitive overachievers "who begin tracking their kids' educational and professional careers when the children are barely out of diapers.
Finally, they were guilty of being accessories to murder before and after the fact-not only the faraway murders of nameless Vietnamese and Cambodians after the communist victory they ardently supported but also, and more chillingly, the murders of Bay Area neighbors and coworkers killed by members of the Black Panther party, for whom they stored guns, hid fugitives, and, of course, made excuses,