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Noun
A feeling of coldness in the atmosphere, one's surroundings, or the body
“Despite the slight chill in the air, the exertion of walking resulted in a cold sweat on the back of my neck and under my jacket.”
Noun
A coldness of manner
“Sensing the chill in her voice, Virginia decided to end the conversation and said her goodbyes.”
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An uncomfortable and numbing sense of fear, dread, anxiety, or alarm
“Elisabeth felt a chill along the base of her spine when she heard the horrible news.”
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A physical reaction to cold or from sudden fear or excitement
“She felt a chill when she saw how the sky and the land were already losing their boundaries, already becoming lost in each other.”
Noun
Something that has a subduing, inhibiting or negative effect
“Never let tension put a chill on your relationship with your adult child.”
Noun
A feverish cold
“On the return trip, Mary caught a chill and was subsequently laid up in bed for a couple of days.”
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Communicable disease
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A slight trembling movement or sound, especially one caused by a sudden strong emotion
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Alcoholic beverage made from malted grain
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A state or cause of gloom, suspicion, trouble, or worry
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Cold season of the year
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A sign or warning that a momentous or calamitous event is likely to happen
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Verb
To subject to cold temperatures
“The ice had literally melted, but there was enough left to chill the champagne which awaited Davies after the show.”
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To cause to be scared or terrified
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“His change in tone frightened her, and she knew that his next words would chill her to the bone.”
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To diminish the confidence or courage of
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“Whatever the reason, thoughts of some imminent disaster seemed suddenly to chill his enthusiasm.”
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(informal) To relax or spend time doing nothing
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“I was just wondering if you wanted to come over to my place to chill for a bit?”
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(informal) To relax after a period of work or tension
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“You're way too tense! I think you need to take a deep breath and chill.”
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Make less strong or intense
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To make emotionally sad or depressed
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To save from decay by the use of some preservative substance, such as sugar or salt
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Cast a shadow over
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To kill or cause the death of
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Rebuff, ignore, or spurn disdainfully
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Avert or delay something bad or dangerous
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Make or become stiff or rigid
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To expose to danger or the risk of loss
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To enter into a hamonious relationship with
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Adjective
Moderately cold or chilly
“One night, a chill wind blew in from the north, leaving the house so damp that not even the hearth could warm them.”
Adjective
Cold, unfriendly or lacking in emotion
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“He sat up looking around, holding a chill demeanor not shared by anyone else in the room.”
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Having a somber or dismal atmosphere or nature
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“I had merely abandoned the chill sterility of winter for the genial luxuriance of summer.”
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Showing little or no feeling
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Adjective
Characterized by bad weather
Interjection
Calm down! (Used to tell someone to relax when they are agitated, angry, overexcited, etc)
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