Synonyms of chill
1 coolDictionary • Chill the fruit salad until serving time.
cool • Huge fans are used to cool the factory.
refrigerate • Refrigerate the dough overnight.
freeze • You can freeze the soup at this point.
2 disheartenDictionary • There was a coldness in her voice which chilled him.
dishearten • These conditions dishearten people and undermine their hope.
depress • The state of the country depresses me.
discourage • Don't let this setback discourage you.
dismay • He was dismayed to learn that she was already married.
1 coldness • September is here, bringing with it a chill in the mornings.
bite • There was a bite in the air, a smell perhaps of snow.
coolness • He felt the coolness of the tiled floor.
2 shiverDictionary • He smiled an odd smile that sent a chill through me.
shiver • Alice gave a shiver of delight.
1 chillyDictionary • A chill wind was blowing.
chilly • It was a chilly afternoon.
biting • a raw, biting northerly wind
sharp • The wind was not as sharp and cruel as it had been.
freezing • a freezing January afternoon
raw • a raw December morning
bleak • The weather can be quite bleak on the coast.
wintry • Melissa gave him a wintry smile and walked on without a word.
frigid • The water was too frigid to allow him to remain submerged.
parky (British, informal)
unfriendly • She spoke in a loud, rather unfriendly voice.
cool • People found him too cool, aloof and arrogant.
distant • He's direct and courteous, but distant.
hostile • The Governor faced hostile crowds when he visited the town.
aloof • He seemed aloof and detached.
stony • The stony look he was giving her made it hard to think.
PHRASAL VERB:▷ chill out
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aloofSomeone who is aloof is not very friendly and does not like to spend time with other people.
• He seemed aloof and detached.
biteIf the air or the wind has a bite, it feels very cold.
• There was a bite in the air, a smell perhaps of snow.
bitingBiting wind or cold is extremely cold.
• a raw, biting northerly wind
Thesaurus for chill from the Collins English Thesaurus