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chill

chill

 
 
pronunciation:
chIl
parts of speech:
noun, verb
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a feeling of cold and shaking in the body caused by a low temperature.
She got a chill when she walked out the door without her coat on.
antonyms:
fever
definition 2: a sudden, cold feeling caused by fear.
That scary part of the movie gave me a chill.
 
part of speech: verb
inflections: chilled, chilling, chills
definition: to cause to become cold or colder.
She chilled the bottles of water.
synonyms:
cool, ice
antonyms:
warm
similar words:
freeze, refrigerate
derivations: chilled (adj.), chilling (adj.), chillingly (adv.), chillness (n.)
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  • chilly:
    causing or feeling a chill; cool
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