glacial

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Synonyms for glacial

Synonyms for glacial

lacking all friendliness and warmth

Synonyms for glacial

devoid of warmth and cordiality

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extremely cold

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In winter, it faces conditions so glacially cold it must hibernate to survive, whereas in summer the thermometer might climb past 50 degrees.
In addition, the more glacially rich the water, the older the carbon-up to 4,000 years old.
And Galaxy coach Bruce Arena looks as if he has completely given up on the glacially slow Alan Gordon, who has a meager three goals in 18 games.
It helped that this summer was busier than normal, a welcome shift after the glacially paced winter and spring.
The Lebanese sources said the delay in Tabet joining the tribunal reflected a pattern of UN foot-dragging on appointments to the tribunal, and former Justice Minister Charles Rizk said the UN had moved glacially to appoint Daniel Bellemare, who headed the probe commission, to the post of prosecutor.
Why we love it: Nice early-morning light over the glacially carved lake, and rowboats to rent from the camp store.
Quite possibly they weathered out of blocks of limestone that had been glacially transported to the area, or were perhaps trucked in from a quarry some kilometres to the east.
Abruptness is the rule for all life forms, and this is abominable to those who believe in macroevolution because they need to find a glacially slow accumulation of beneficial mutations.
I managed to get through the book, which moves at a glacially slow and meandering pace, because I kept thinking that it must get better eventually.
However, she and her colleagues suggest that an offshore shift in the Gulf Stream at the height of the last ice age--when sea levels were more than 100 m lower than they are now--would have allowed glacially fed, iceberg-rich coastal currents to penetrate this far south.
WHILST PROGRESS on getting community optometry integrated into the NHS IT systems remains glacially slow, there are occasional glimmers of hope, writes Lyndon Taylor.
Given that the main 'combatants' of the Cold War are still armed to the teeth and that disarmament has been glacially slow, there's little evidence to suggest that much has changed.
The often backbreaking work, however, offers a small starting salary, a glacially slow hiring process and little time for training because of staff shortages.
I suspect if "Brokeback Mountain" has any effect, it will be so glacially gradual as to be imperceptible.
While the glacially slow recovery in North America does not appear to be ending, there is very little evidence of stronger demand, which is sorely needed to fuel a robust recovery in pulp and paper.