chill out[ chil ]SEE DEFINITION OF chill out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHILL OUT
She was at the stove, where an armful of kindling had been set off to take the chill out of the house.
There's cigarettes on the locker and a nip of the Scotch to keep the chill out.
The yarb will take the chill out of ye better than the pizen of the Dutchman.
So she soaked the chill out of her slim body and then dressed.
A few hot drinks would take some of the chill out of this poor fellow.
I do believe we shall have a tremendous snowstorm to take this chill out of the air.
The best he could do was to take the chill out of it by pressing the handkerchief between his hot hands.
He had taken with him a bottle of Extra Reserve rum to drive, as he declared, the chill out of his bones.
It was impossible for her to keep the chill out of her voice, to speak with other than the pride and aloofness of her class.
Once again I had cause to bless him for taking the chill out of the domestic atmosphere.