chilly

[ chil-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF chilly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHILLY

The short spring day was over, and the chilly night was setting in.

The rehearsals were so bad that Duquesnel and Chilly were in despair.

Chilly kept his word, and brought an action against me and the Comdie.

But I fear it may be chilly outside; and besides, where could I go in the middle of the night?

It was a chilly night, and the fire in the widow's parlour had burnt low.

It was chilly, too, and the hotel was inexpressibly dreary and uncomfortable.

His body, for all its coldness, broke out into a chilly sweat.

"I do not propose to pursue the discussion at all, Monsieur," was her chilly answer.

The night air was crisp and chilly, but he was warm under his blanket.

At dawn the hills are obscured in fog and sometimes this fog is chilly.

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