Synonyms of chill in English:
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2 his quiet tone chilled Ruth more than if he had shouted
make someone's blood run cold, chill someone's blood, chill to the bone, chill to the marrow, make someone's flesh crawl, give someone goose pimples, scare witless, frighten the living daylights out of, fill with fear, strike terror into, put the fear of God into, throw into a panic
informal scare the pants off
British informal put the wind up, give someone the heebie-jeebies, make someone's hair curl
Irish informal scare the bejesus out of
vulgar slang scare shitless
[Antonyms] comfort, reassure
- 1chill out
- North American informal the home should be a place to chill out See relax
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literary a chill wind came through the open doors
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