Of or at a low or relatively low temperature, especially when compared with the human body
a cold day
Made cold by age.
A common cold characterized by congested nasal passages, sneezing, and headache
Extremely cold; devoid of heat (sometimes with connotations of death). Compare stone-cold. In later use chiefly literary.
So cold as to cause numbness.
Excessively cold; too cold.
Seasonal allergic rhinitis; hay fever.
Loss of nerve or confidence
A glass, bottle, or can of chilled beer
Make an unsolicited visit or telephone call to (someone), in an attempt to sell goods or services
An unsolved criminal investigation which remains open pending the discovery of new evidence
North American term for hard cash.
Knock (someone) out, typically with a blow to the head
Slices of cold cooked meats
A deck of cards which has been dishonestly arranged beforehand
A type of sparkling wine made from red wine and champagne
A sudden, brief spell of cold weather
An inflamed blister in or near the mouth, caused by infection with the herpes simplex virus
A state of political hostility between countries characterized by threats, propaganda, and other measures short of open warfare, in particular
A spell of cold weather over a wide area
Join (a piece of metal) to another without the use of heat, by forcing them together so hard that the surface oxide films are disrupted and adhesion occurs
Shape (metal) while it is cold
Very cold; as cold as ice
the ice-cold waters of the fjord
Offering resistance against cold.
Any of numerous viruses (including rhinoviruses, adenoviruses, coronaviruses, and others) capable of causing colds.
Extremely cold (literal and figurative); in later use especially of chilled or cold drinks.
Weapons such as swords or knives collectively
A chisel used for cutting metal
A cosmetic preparation used for cleansing and softening the skin
(Of metal) drawn out into a wire or bar while cold
A frame with a glass top in which small plants are grown and protected without artificial heat
The boundary of an advancing mass of cold air, in particular the trailing edge of the warm sector of a low-pressure system
Nuclear fusion supposedly occurring at or close to room temperature
Light accompanied by little or no heat; luminescence
(Of metal) having been rolled into sheets while cold, resulting in a smooth, hard finish
(Of a metal) brittle in its cold state
An act of starting an engine or other machine at the ambient temperature
A large refrigerated room for preserving food at very low temperatures
A state of sweating induced by fear, anxiety, or illness
A selection of dishes of cold food in a restaurant or at a formal meal
The abrupt and complete cessation of taking a drug to which one is addicted
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Poor or inadequate consolation
Denoting animals whose body temperature varies with that of the environment (e.g. fish); poikilothermic
A cathode that emits electrons without being heated
Lacking affection or warmth; unfeeling