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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLDISH

"It is coldish to-night, love," said the rector; and he put out the candle.

About Christmas, if the weather be coldish, is a good time to kill.

And a kinder gentleman, in spite of his coldish face, I never met.

Influenced by the like suit, a person of coldish and grave disposition.

"Coldish night I reckon, sir," said Jorrocks, looking him over.

The emotion may be "pure joy" but it needs a warm heart to give it out to full effect to a coldish world.

It's coldish in winter, it's true, but then it's a cold that you don't feel in the same piercing way as when it's damp.

Come in and sit you down by the fire—it's coldish o' nights, to be sure, and there's frost in the air.

We were looking about for a hole or a cave to sleep in—for it was coldish up there of nights—and it was already dusk.

Here is a dull and coldish Day after the fine ones we have had—which kept me out of doors as long as they lasted.

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