Antonyms for chills

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


But the fall of 1830 was a very bad season in Illinois for chills and fever.

It is as if you were surrounded by a fog, which benumbs you, and chills all who approach you.

You ought to go somewhere where you needn't be afraid of chills.

I think you'd better take something, to guard against the chills.

He was dried up to gristle and bone, and shook with chills every third night.

I have had no chills nor fevers this winter, nor cold in any form.

It is an atmosphere that chills the finest delicacies and sensibilities of the soul.

And till the ideal is found, how the shadow that it throws before it chills us to the actual!

At first she did not exactly comprehend it, but when she did, the chills increased.

I heard from my dear little Rob, who had an attack of chills and fever.