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Cold Adjective Synonyms
She hadn't studied and went into the exam cold.
weak, faint, stale, old, dead
The trail of the tiger had grown cold.
coldness, frigidity, iciness
Last winter, the cold killed off many of our shrubs.
chilly, chilled, unheated, heatless
The room is cold, we'd better put the heating on.
depressing, cheerless, chilling, gloomy, dispiriting, deadening, disheartening, bleak, dismal, discouraging
The sweat stood out on his brow in cold apprehension.
indifferent, apathetic, chilly, chilling, cool, icy, dispassionate, unsympathetic, aloof, unresponsive, spiritless, frigid, unfriendly, uncordial, lukewarm, frigid, cold-blooded, insensitive, uncaring, unemotional, undemonstrative, reserved, unmoved
My ideas received rather a cold reception. Because she had offended him, he was quite cold to her.
chill, chilly, frosty, icy, keen, nippy, freezing, frigid, ice-cold, stone-cold, bitter, bitter-cold, raw, biting, biting-cold, numbing, gelid, wintry, hibernal, brumal, arctic, glacial, polar, hyperborean or hyperboreal, Siberian
It was so cold that the canal had completely frozen over.
unmoving, stale, trite, stereotyped, dead
The coldest word was once a glowing new metaphor.
Cold Noun Synonyms
completely, thoroughly, entirely, absolutely, unhesitatingly, promptly, immediately, unreservedly, abruptly
His application to join the police was turned down cold.
head or chest or common cold, influenza, ague, (la or the) grippe, coryza, gravedo, sniffles, the flu, bug, sneezles and wheezles
I caught a cold waiting for you in the rain.
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Life Style / Painting / Cold Pressed: Watercolour paper that is Cold Pressed (CP) or 'Not' Pressed (NP) has mildly rough texture. It takes colour smoothly but the tooth allows for slight irregularities and graining in washes. MORE
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Business / Finance / Cold-Calling: Refers to the fact that the merger of two firms lessens the probability of default on either firm's debt. MORE
Business / Construction / Cold Air Return: The ductwork (and related grills) that carries room air back to the furnace for re-heating. MORE