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Adjective
(of the weather) Of a low temperature
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“It's going to be a cold season, and winter is coming.”
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(of a person) Having the sensation of coldness often to the point of being uncomfortable
“I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm cold and freezing my digits off.”
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Showing no affection or having a lack of emotion
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“Decades of abuse have turned him into a cold and bitter person.”
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Characterized by a state lacking warmth or happiness
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“Both Jack and Milly conceded that they were stuck in cold relationships and had contemplated leaving their respective partners.”
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(out cold) Loss of consciousness
“Jerry was out cold after having one too many drinks.”
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No longer alive
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“Before Rubrick could reassure her that everything would be ok, she was already cold.”
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(followed by blood or blooded) Showing disregard or little care for human life
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“It was a cold-blooded hit carried out with little remorse.”
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(of a person) Reserved or uncommunicative in speech
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Nonliving, having no sentience or consciousness
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Having a harsh or menacing demeanor or nature
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Reserved or repressed, or prone to quiet, inexpressive behavior
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Lacking vigor, vitality, or excitement
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(of a person, attitude, or situation) Having the characteristics of a pessimist
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Done or occurring spontaneously, without conscious thought or attention
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Ill-equipped
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Being certain or convinced about a fact
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Not in full control of one's faculties
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Invigorating or stimulating
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On the wrong track
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Extremely lethargic or sleepy
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Characterized by the use of wit, especially to offend
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Lacking brightness, vividness, or sheen
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Of or pertaining to the north
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Displaying or conveying anger
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Noun
Weather condition characterized by low temperatures
“It's just an old wives tale that you get sick when you are exposed to the cold.”
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A common viral illness
“Jim called in sick as he had just come down with a cold.”
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A period of frost or very cold weather
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Hotness, coldness of some degree
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A physical condition resulting from being outside in severely cold weather without adequate protection
Adverb
Suddenly, without being anticipated
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