chill[ chil ]SEE DEFINITION OF chill
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHILL
It was a cold light, and the chill of it went through Andrew.
The eyes that had always been warm in their glances on her were chill now.
The Trainer's words, "The mare's coughin'," struck a chill to her heart.
Among its pebbles her feet still ran on, under the chill of icy water.
She was at the stove, where an armful of kindling had been set off to take the chill out of the house.
I had been cold all day, but that is a very different thing from having a chill.
The sight of him frightened Peter, striking a chill to his heart.
But I can't stay out long, 'cause it'll soon be time for me to have my chill.
With the chill of unwelcome still upon them the officers said little.
To the devil with this dismal darkness, wrapping itself about one with a chill!
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHILL
- chill to the bone
- curdle the blood
- make blood run cold
- make teeth chatter
- scare away
- scare off
- scare to death
- strike terror into