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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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References in classic literature ?
Dreary gardens lay around, filled with withered flowers and bare, drooping trees; while heavy clouds hung low in the dark sky, and a cold wind murmured sadly through the wintry air.
Gently she answered, telling them her errand, beseeching them to let her pass ere the cold wind blighted her frail blossoms.
I daresay you would find it cold,' replied she with a cool, immutable gravity that did not serve to reassure me.
I don't know--it is so very cloudy and cold, it seems likely to rain;--and you know I have had a long drive.
They also cleared the snow off her, but soon she was covered again, and they saw she was in danger of perishing of cold.
There they were, running away into the night and the snow, seeking to find shelter from the cold.
That cold snap's sure got to come," he laughed, and mushed out on the trail.
Indeed, she almost doubted whether it were a real child after all, or only a light wreath of the new-fallen snow, blown hither and thither about the garden by the intensely cold west-wind.
I was convinced that man's strongest antagonist is the cold.
Yet he was not altogether a fool in his day and generation; being cold and hungry, and still able to walk a little by bending his knees very much indeed and putting his feet down toes first, he decided to enter one of the houses which flanked the street at long intervals and looked so bright and warm.
It is so cold, so very coldand looks and feels so very much like snow, that if it were to any other place or with any other party, I should really try not to go out todayand dissuade my father from venturing; but as he has made up his mind, and does not seem to feel the cold himself, I do not like to interfere, as I know it would be so great a disappointment to Mr.
finding the atmosphere quite cold enough to travel by day, and carrying some water-melons with us.
Brother Alec, you surely don't mean to allow that child to go out such a bitter cold day as this," said Mrs.
The ice is lovely, and the weather jolly; we do not mind the cold in the least.
The Venusberg of Piccadilly looked white as a nun with snow and moonlight, but the melancholy music of pleasure, and the sad daughters of joy, seemed not to heed the cold.