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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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Tiu said the combined Tully's Coffee and Big Chill stores are expected to be well accepted by consumers in Asia.
As the graph shows, during extensive testing, Active Chill successfully maintains an incredibly consistent temperature keeping the wearer warm, dry and comfortable.
The NHS advises staying inside during severe cold, especially when the wind chill is -50 degrees Fahrenheit or below and to cover every part of your body: ears, nose, toes and fingers, etc.
Chill hours are the number of hours below a critical temperature -- most commonly 45[degrees]F (Aron 1983).
Mr Bartlett conrmed the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will not be taking equity in the Sure Chill business which currently employs 16 people and is just starting to turn a prot.
These flies were chilled just long enough (< 15 min) to remove 100 individuals from each tray collection.
This group assisted in the design of the test casting, gating, chill and riser practice, melt treatment, pouring guidelines, heat treatment parameters and evaluation.
Chilling and heat requirements of sweet cherry cultivars and the relationship between altitude and the probability of satisfying the chill requirements.
"With our new company name, a strong management team and a clear strategy, The Sure Chill Company is now ready to take on the world."
The question arises why legal rules not directed at protected speech might nevertheless chill such speech.
The Chill Core, filled with non-toxic gel, keeps the beverage cool without diluting the flavor.
Introduced at the InterBev 2010 trade show, Just Chill is already successful in Whole Foods Markets and similar grocery stores, according to company officials.
People who are particularly open to new experiences are most likely to have chills in response to music, according to Emily Nusbaum and Paul Silvia of University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Winter chill, a vital climatic trigger for many tree crops, is likely to decrease by more than 50% during this century as global climate warms, making California no longer suitable for growing many fruit and nut crops, maintain researchers from the University of California, Davis.