A sensation of coldness, frequently combined with shivering and pallor of your skin.
A checking or dampening of enthusiasm, character, or happiness: bad news that put a chill on event.
a-sudden numbing worry or fear.
A moderate, but uncomfortable and acute coldness.
A sudden acute sense of cold, specially one which triggers a short shaking nerve response through the human body; the shaking reaction it self; frequently connected with illness: fevers and chills, or susceptibility to infection: shut the screen or perhaps you'll catch a chill.
An uncomfortable and numbing feeling of worry, fear, anxiety, or security, usually one that is abrupt and usually combined with a trembling nerve reaction resembling your body's reaction to biting cold.
A moderate but disagreeable amount of cool; a disagreeable sensation of coolness, associated with shivering.
A sensation of cold with convulsive shaking associated with the human anatomy, pinched face, pale skin, and blue mouth, due to undue cooling of the body or by stressed pleasure, or developing the predecessor of some constitutional disruption, since a fever.
A check to enthusiasm or heat of experience; frustration.
An iron mold or percentage of a mold, serving to cool off rapidly, therefore to solidify, the surface of molten iron brought in experience of it.
The hardened section of a casting, as the tread of a car or truck wheel.
an abrupt or intense feeling of cool; especially, such a sensation accompanied with shivering or shaking, as a result of exposure to the cool or as the precursor or accompaniment of certain fevers; a cold fit; rigor.
A degree of cool; that problem of this environment or of any object which produces the feeling of cool; coldness particularly that brought on by the distance of ice; chilliness: since, there clearly was a chill floating around.
Figuratively, a sense by coldness made by anything that discourages, annoys, or offends; a depressing influence; a check to warmth of sensation, regarding sympathy or enthusiasm.
A metal mildew in which specific kinds of iron-castings, as car-wheels, are available. The areas in contact with the mold tend to be hardened by sudden chilling.
In painting, dullness or dimness in a photo.
A lamp unusual to Cornball and the extreme western of England, composed of an open saucer bent through to four edges so as to keep at the sides depressed spouts or gutters for keeping wicks. These types of lights are constructed of earthenware or of material, and are usually often fitted with a hanging assistance.
an almost enjoyable feeling of fright
a sensation of cold that often marks the beginning of disease while the development of a fever