Definition of chill someone's blood in English:

chill someone's blood

  • Horrify or terrify someone.
    More example sentences
    • As for the smell of chlorinated water, it chills my blood to the bone.
    • The indignation spreads through his veins, chilling his blood.
    • Does this chill your blood (as it does mine) or do you believe in the justified revenge of ‘an eye for an eye’?
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