coldish
adjective see cold I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Coldish — Cold ish, a. Somewhat cold; cool; chilly. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • coldish — ˈkōldish, dēsh adjective : somewhat cold coldish weather …   Useful english dictionary

  • coldish — adjective Somewhat cold …   Wiktionary

  • coldish — cold·ish || kəʊldɪʃ adj. somewhat cold; cool; chilly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • coldish — cold·ish …   English syllables

  • cold — coldish, adj. coldly, adv. coldness, n. /kohld/, adj., colder, coldest, n., adv. adj. 1. having a relatively low temperature; having little or no warmth: cold water; a cold day. 2. feeling an uncomfortable lack of warmth; chilled: The skaters… …   Universalium

  • cold — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English ceald, cald; akin to Old High German kalt cold, Latin gelu frost, gelare to freeze Date: before 12th century 1. a. having or being a temperature that is uncomfortably low for humans < it is …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • cold — adjective 1》 of or at a low or relatively low temperature. 2》 lacking affection or warmth of feeling; unemotional.     ↘not affected by emotion; objective. 3》 (of a colour) containing pale blue or grey and giving no impression of warmth. 4》 (of a …   English new terms dictionary

  • cold — /koʊld / (say kohld) adjective 1. having a relatively low temperature; having little or no warmth: a cold day. 2. having a temperature lower than the normal temperature of the body: cold hands. 3. producing or feeling, especially in a high degree …   Australian English dictionary

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