Feeling the sensation of coldness, especially to the point of discomfort. (adjective)
Unfriendly, emotionally distant or unfeeling. (adjective)
Dispassionate, not prejudiced or partisan, impartial. (adjective)
Completely unprepared; without introduction. (adjective)
Unconscious or deeply asleep; deprived of the metaphorical heat associated with life or consciousness. (adjective)
Perfectly, exactly, completely; by heart. (adjective)
Cornered, done for. (adjective)
A condition of low temperature. (noun)
A common, usually harmless, viral illness, usually with congestion of the nasal passages and sometimes fever. (noun)
While at low temperature. (adverb)
Without preparation. (adverb)
With finality. (adverb)
Examples of word cold
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â The cold water was _cold_ but the hot water was only a few degrees warmer -- barely enough to feel a difference.
Put it on an earthen dish, cover it with a cloth and set it in a cold place, in the ice box in summer; let it remain until _cold_; an hour or more before making out the crust.
When I say, The weather is _so_ cold, or _very_ cold, or _intensely_ cold, the words _so, very_, and _intensely_ modify the adjective _cold_ by expressing the _degree_ of coldness.
A teaspoonful of the _Camphor tincture_ may be put into a tumbler of cold water, ice water if at hand, and the water agitated until it becomes clear, giving a teaspoonful of this camphorated _cold_ water as
Hardly any thing can be worse for a small pox patient than to be in a cold or damp room, and to breathe _cold_ air.