gelid[ jel-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF gelid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GELID
Gelid, who during all the tumult had slept soundly, was now awake.
Gelid said nothing, but when it came to the pinch was the most useful of all.
I went down into the cabin and sat down to breakfast with Gelid and Wagtail.
Gelid said nothing, but he was in the end the best surgeon's mate amongst them.
Even as she talked she swiveled the drum around, kicked the easy-off plug, and began dumping the gelid contents into the hole.
The thin screaming came again, like a hot wire drawn down the gelid morning.
She seemed to be unable to tear herself away from the sight of the austere Aniene, with its gelid waters.
And the gelid air sweeping 108 down from the high places submerged him as if with a flood of icy water.
Wagtail, too, was soon 98 obliged to beat a retreat, but Gelid remained firm as a rock.
Wagtail and Gelid had followed me on deck, and were now assisting their servants in putting the muskets in order.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GELID
- below freezing
- below zero
- have goose bumps
- one-dog night
- two-dog night