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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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References in classic literature ?
She went sadly on: there was no running or bounding now, though the chill wind might well have tempted her to race.
My former chill crept over me again, but I was resolved not to speak yet, for it was quite consistent with his words that he might be set on to induce me to connect these references with Provis.
The chill that had first seized upon him when he heard of Houston's absence deepened and struck inward.
Never from the first could I sleep, but used to weep many a chill, weary night away.
Dreary, chill November was howling out of doors, and vexing the atmosphere with sudden showers of wintry rain, or sometimes with gusts of snow, that rattled like small pebbles against the windows.
I suppose I must have shuddered, or betrayed in some other way my momentary chill of horror.
Archer noticed that his wife's way of showing herself at her ease with foreigners was to become more uncompromisingly local in her references, so that, though her loveliness was an encouragement to admiration, her conversation was a chill to repartee.
He hated it because he connected it with the chill and discomfort of the torrential rains, and he feared it for the thunder and lightning and wind which accompanied them.
In the damp chill air and crowded closeness of the swaying carriage, she for the first time vividly imagined what was in store for her there at the ball, in those brightly lighted rooms- with music, flowers, dances, the Emperor, and all the brilliant young people of Petersburg.
Her silks and furs were drawn about her, for the air of Mars is chill after the sun has taken his quick plunge beneath the planet's western verge.
Despite his chill, and despite his teeth that were already beginning to chatter while the burning sun extracted the moisture in curling mist-wreaths from the deck planking, Van Horn cuddled Jerry in his arms and called him princeling, and prince, and a king, and a son of kings.
I hope the child won't stay out long, for this wind is enough to chill the marrow in younger bones than Myra's," thought Dr.
I do not recall any feeling of fear, unless a sudden chill was its physical manifestation.
Before daylight, the chill of the water and the passage of the hours had sobered me sufficiently to make me wonder what portion of the Straits I was in, and also to wonder if the turn of the tide wouldn't catch me and take me back ere I had drifted out into San Pablo Bay.
Anne watched her until she was lost in the shadows of the chill and misty night.