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(Literally) Suffering or causing frost
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  1. (Literally) Suffering or causing frost
  2. (By extension, chiefly hyperbolic) Very cold
Cool in manner; unfriendly
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  1. Cool in manner; unfriendly
  2. Feeling cold, often to the point of shivering.
  3. Cool or cold enough to cause discomfort.
Cold in manner or feeling; austere; unfriendly
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  1. Cold in manner or feeling; austere; unfriendly
  2. Covered with frost:
  3. Producing frost or cold enough to produce frost; freezing
Cold in manner or attitude; unfriendly
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  1. Cold in manner or attitude; unfriendly
  2. Having much ice; full of or covered with ice
  3. Characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence, etc.; chilling; frigid; cold.
Suggestive of winter, as in cheerlessness or coldness:
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  1. Suggestive of winter, as in cheerlessness or coldness:
  2. Of or like winter; cold, bleak, etc.
  3. Belonging to or characteristic of winter; cold.
Expressive of cold unfriendliness or disdain:
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  1. Expressive of cold unfriendliness or disdain:
  2. Turned into or covered with ice; congealed by cold
  3. Having heavy frosts and extreme cold
Pleasingly firm and fresh:
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  1. Pleasingly firm and fresh:
  2. Firm but easily broken or crumbled; brittle:
  3. Having small curls, waves, or ripples. Used of hair.
Habitually failing to become sexually aroused, or abnormally repelled by sexual activity
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  1. Habitually failing to become sexually aroused, or abnormally repelled by sexual activity
  2. Extremely cold.
  3. Extremely cold; without heat or warmth
Preserved or prepared by freezing, as food
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  1. Preserved or prepared by freezing, as food
  2. Immobile, as from pain or inflammation. Used of a joint:
  3. Having heavy frosts and extreme cold
Of, characteristic of, or near the North Pole or the region around it
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  1. Of, characteristic of, or near the North Pole or the region around it
  2. Extremely cold; frigid.
  3. Being extremely cold, snowy, or having other properties of extreme winter associated with the Arctic.
(Literally) Suffering or causing frost
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  1. (Literally) Suffering or causing frost
  2. (By extension, chiefly hyperbolic) Very cold
The property of being brisk.
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  1. The property of being brisk.
Coated in rime.
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  1. Coated in rime.
  2. Covered with rime; frosty
Not promising or hopeful
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  1. Not promising or hopeful
  2. Providing no encouragement; depressing:
  3. Cold and cutting; harsh
Sharp or biting:
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  1. Sharp or biting:
  2. Bitingly cold:
  3. Cold in a stinging way
Showing no clemency; unmerciful.
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  1. Showing no clemency; unmerciful.
  2. Lacking mercy or leniency; harsh
  3. Rough; severe; stormy
Cold; chilly.
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Very cold; icy:
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  1. Very cold; icy:
  2. Extremely cold; frozen
Abrupt or acute:
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  1. Abrupt or acute:
  2. Having clear form and detail:
  3. Briskly or keenly cold and cutting:
Not having been subjected to adjustment, treatment, or analysis:
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  1. Not having been subjected to adjustment, treatment, or analysis:
  2. Recently finished; fresh:
  3. Not finished, covered, or coated:
Sarcastic
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  1. Sarcastic
  2. Sharp; biting; nippy
  3. Sharp and biting, as the cold.
(--- Chemistry) Relating to or characterized by a dipole:
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  1. (--- Chemistry) Relating to or characterized by a dipole:
  2. Relating to a molecule or substance that has polar bonds.
  3. Serving as a guide, as a polestar or a pole of the earth.
Cutting; sharp
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  1. Cutting; sharp
  2. Causing a stinging sensation; nipping:
  3. Of or relating to insects and certain other animals that wound the skin with a sting, mouthparts, or fangs.
Damp and unpleasant:
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  1. Damp and unpleasant:
  2. (Medicine) The quality of normal skin signs, epidermis that is neither diaphragmatic nor dry
  3. Disagreeably moist, sticky, and cold to the touch:
Tending to reduce discomfort in warm or hot weather
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  1. Tending to reduce discomfort in warm or hot weather
  2. Neither warm nor very cold; moderately cold:
  3. Giving or suggesting relief from heat:
Abrupt, curt in one's manner or in relation to others.
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  1. Abrupt, curt in one's manner or in relation to others.
  2. Stimulating or invigorating.
  3. Cool, dry, and bracing
Having a sharp edge or point; that can cut well
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  1. Having a sharp edge or point; that can cut well
  2. Sharp or cutting in force; piercing
  3. Strongly felt or perceived; intense; strong
Keen or acute; discerning
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  1. Keen or acute; discerning
  2. Able or seeming to penetrate:
  3. Sharp; piercing
Characterized by snow or, esp., by much snow
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  1. Characterized by snow or, esp., by much snow
  2. Subject to snow:
  3. Resembling or suggesting snow, especially in whiteness:
Covered in sleet; full of sleet.
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  1. Covered in sleet; full of sleet.
(Not comparable) That is used for cutting.
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  1. (Not comparable) That is used for cutting.
  2. Injuring or capable of injuring the feelings of others:
  3. Sharply penetrating; piercing:
Of, relating to, or occurring in winter.
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  1. Of, relating to, or occurring in winter.
(Informal) Irritable.
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  1. (Informal) Irritable.
  2. (Informal) Brisk, vigorous, or lively
  3. Chilly, brisk, sharp.
Keenly perceptive or intelligent:
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  1. Keenly perceptive or intelligent:
  2. Penetrating or sharp to the senses
  3. Causing pain, especially because of cold:
  1. Chilly
  2. Not warm and friendly; distant:
  3. Moderately cold; chilly:
Resulting from or expressive of severe grief, anguish, or disappointment:
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  1. Resulting from or expressive of severe grief, anguish, or disappointment:
  2. Causing a sharply unpleasant, painful, or stinging sensation; harsh:
  3. Sharp and disagreeable; harsh; severe; piercing
Causing numbness, esp. in feeling or in mental or emotional response
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  1. Causing numbness, esp. in feeling or in mental or emotional response
Stern or forbidding, as in manner or appearance:
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  1. Stern or forbidding, as in manner or appearance:
  2. Extremely difficult to perform or endure; trying:
  3. Unsparing, harsh, or strict, as in treatment of others:
Relating to the north or to northern areas.
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  1. Relating to the north or to northern areas.
  2. Relating to the forest areas of the Northern Temperate Zone that are dominated by coniferous trees such as spruce, fir, and pine.
  3. Of or pertaining to the northern zone of plant and animal life including the taiga and tundra
Having the capacity to sting.
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  1. Having the capacity to sting.
Extremely slow, like the movement of a glacier:
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  1. Extremely slow, like the movement of a glacier:
  2. Characterized or dominated by the existence of glaciers. Used of a geologic epoch.
  3. Extremely cold; icy:
Extreme in degree, strength, or size:
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  1. Extreme in degree, strength, or size:
  2. Possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to an extreme degree:
  3. Involving or showing strain or extreme effort:
From, of or pertaining to Siberia
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  1. From, of or pertaining to Siberia
Not moving or operating easily or freely; resistant:
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  1. Not moving or operating easily or freely; resistant:
  2. Potent or strong:
  3. Having such joints or muscles, as from exertion, cold, etc.
Suffering from frostbite
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  1. Suffering from frostbite
  2. Affected by frostbite.
Cool or cold enough to cause discomfort.
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  1. Cool or cold enough to cause discomfort.
  2. Cool in manner; unfriendly
  3. Moderately cold; uncomfortably cool
Tending to reduce discomfort in warm or hot weather
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  1. Tending to reduce discomfort in warm or hot weather
  2. Neither warm nor very cold; moderately cold:
  3. Giving or suggesting relief from heat:
Lacking kindness and pity; cruel
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  1. Lacking kindness and pity; cruel
  2. Having a body temperature that fluctuates, approximating that of the surrounding air, land, or water
  3. Easily affected by cold
Affected by hypothermia; having an abnormally low body temperature
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  1. Affected by hypothermia; having an abnormally low body temperature
Coming from or going to a distance:
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  1. Coming from or going to a distance:
  2. Aloof or chilly:
  3. Minimally similar:
Not interested; indifferent.
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  1. Not interested; indifferent.
  2. Not worried, anxious or apprehensive.
  3. Not concerned
The sensation resulting from exposure to low temperatures.
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  1. The sensation resulting from exposure to low temperatures.
  2. Limited enthusiasm or affection; coolness.
  3. The relative lack of heat.
The quality of being frozen.
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The state or sensation of being chilly; a disagreeable sensation of coldness.
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The quality of being frosty
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A deposit of minute ice crystals formed when water vapor condenses at a temperature below freezing.
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  1. A deposit of minute ice crystals formed when water vapor condenses at a temperature below freezing.
  2. The icy crystals that form directly on a freezing surface as moist air contacts it; rime; hoarfrost
  3. A cold manner or period of disaffection:
The small bit or portion so removed:
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  1. The small bit or portion so removed:
  2. The act or an instance of seizing or pinching.
  3. Severely sharp cold or frost.
The property of being raw.
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  1. The property of being raw.
The state of being crisp.
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  1. The state of being crisp.
  2. An instance of being crisp.
Any of various stages in the development of a plan, document, or picture:
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  1. Any of various stages in the development of a plan, document, or picture:
  2. A written order for the payment of a specified sum of money to a certain individual or to the bearer (for example, a check). A draft may involve three parties: the drawer, who writes or creates it, the drawee, who has custody of the funds to be paid (for example, a bank), and the payee, who will receive the funds. A written order for the payment of a specified sum of money to a certain individual or to the bearer (for example, a check). A draft may involve three parties: the drawer, who writes or creates it, the drawee, who has custody of the funds to be paid (for example, a bank), and the payee, who will receive the funds.
  3. The demand made by a political party for a person to accept, sometimes reluctantly, a candidacy
Damage to a part of the body as a result of exposure to freezing temperatures. It is caused by a loss of blood supply and the formation of ice crystals in the affected body part.
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  1. Damage to a part of the body as a result of exposure to freezing temperatures. It is caused by a loss of blood supply and the formation of ice crystals in the affected body part.
  2. Injury or destruction of skin and underlying tissue, most often that of the nose, ears, fingers, or toes, resulting from prolonged exposure to freezing or subfreezing temperatures.
  3. Tissue damage caused by exposure to intense cold
(Metallurgy) A cooled iron mold placed in contact with that part of a casting which is to be cooled rapidly and thus hardened on the surface
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  1. (Metallurgy) A cooled iron mold placed in contact with that part of a casting which is to be cooled rapidly and thus hardened on the surface
  2. A feeling of coldness that makes one shiver; uncomfortable coolness
  3. A feeling of sudden fear, apprehension, etc.
Plural form of shiver
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(Uncountable) The state of being cool, as in chilly.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state of being cool, as in chilly.
  2. (Slang, uncountable) The state of being cool, as in good or pleasing.
  3. (Countable) The result or product of being cool, as in chilly.
The action of shivering.
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  1. The action of shivering.
Absent or reduced sensitivity to cutaneous stimulation.
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  1. Absent or reduced sensitivity to cutaneous stimulation.
  2. Inability or reduced ability to experience emotion.
The state or quality of being icy or very cold; frigidity.
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  1. The state or quality of being icy or very cold; frigidity.
Coldness of feeling, manner or quality; lack of ardor, animation or vivacity; chilliness; dullness.
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  1. Coldness of feeling, manner or quality; lack of ardor, animation or vivacity; chilliness; dullness.
  2. The state of being frigid; coldness; lack of heat.
  3. Want of natural heat and vigor of body; impotency.
To change from a liquid to a solid state by cooling or being cooled to the freezing point.
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  1. To change from a liquid to a solid state by cooling or being cooled to the freezing point.
  2. A spell of cold weather; a frost.
  3. A period of cold, freezing weather; a frost
  1. Act of freezing.
  2. That which is formed by freezing; ice.
  3. The process of covering with a glacier, or the state of being glaciated; the production of glacial phenomena.
(Medicine) The cooling of the body for therapeutic purposes.
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  1. (Medicine) The cooling of the body for therapeutic purposes.
  2. The process of preserving something by cooling.
  3. The process of transferring heat from an object in order to cool it.
The state or quality of being gelid.
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  1. The state or quality of being gelid.
The state of being congealed.
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  1. The state of being congealed.
  2. Something congealed
  3. The act or process of passing, or causing to pass, from a fluid to a solid state, as by the abstraction of heat; the act or process of freezing.
A cold manner or period of disaffection:
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  1. A cold manner or period of disaffection:
  2. A deposit of minute ice crystals formed when water vapor condenses at a temperature below freezing.
  3. A deposit of tiny, white ice crystals on a surface. Frost forms through sublimation, when water vapor in the air condenses at a temperature below freezing. It gets its white color from tiny air bubbles trapped in the ice crystals.
Particles of water vapor which when frozen in the upper air fall to earth as soft, white, crystalline flakes
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  1. Particles of water vapor which when frozen in the upper air fall to earth as soft, white, crystalline flakes
  2. A mass or accumulation of fallen snow
  3. A falling of snow
A common cold mainly affecting the mucous membranes of the nasal passages, characterized by congestion, headache, and sneezing.
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  1. A common cold mainly affecting the mucous membranes of the nasal passages, characterized by congestion, headache, and sneezing.
  1. Cold
  2. (Pathology) A very common, mild viral infection of the nose and throat, whose symptoms include sneezing, sniffling, a running or blocked nose, a sore throat, coughing and a headache.
Any of several infections that affect the respiratory or gastrointestinal tract and are caused by viruses other than the influenza virus.
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  1. Any of several infections that affect the respiratory or gastrointestinal tract and are caused by viruses other than the influenza virus.
  2. (Popularly) Any of various respiratory or intestinal infections caused by a virus
  3. Influenza.
Inflammation of a mucous membrane, esp. of the nose or throat, causing an increased flow of mucus
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  1. Inflammation of a mucous membrane, esp. of the nose or throat, causing an increased flow of mucus
  2. (Pathology) inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose and throat.
  3. Copious discharge of mucus associated with inflammation of mucous membranes, especially of the nose and throat.
A cold; rhinitis
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  1. A cold; rhinitis
  2. A watery or thin mucous discharge from the eyes or nose.
The act of expelling air from the lungs suddenly and noisily, often to keep the respiratory passages free of irritating material.
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  1. The act of expelling air from the lungs suddenly and noisily, often to keep the respiratory passages free of irritating material.
  2. An illness marked by frequent coughing.
  3. A condition, as of the lungs or throat, causing frequent coughing
A small ball usually made of woven cotton or suede and filled with rice, sand or some other filler, for the use in hackeysack.
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  1. A small ball usually made of woven cotton or suede and filled with rice, sand or some other filler, for the use in hackeysack.
  2. A rack used to dry something, such as bricks, fish, or cheese.
  3. A person hired to do routine, often dull, writing
Any of various inflammations of the tonsils, pharynx, or larynx characterized by pain in swallowing.
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  1. Any of various inflammations of the tonsils, pharynx, or larynx characterized by pain in swallowing.
  2. (Pathology, uncountable) The same, as a common symptom for many viral and bacterial infections.
  3. (Countable) Any inflammation of the pharynx that causes soreness.
An inflammation of the mucous lining of the bronchial tubes
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  1. An inflammation of the mucous lining of the bronchial tubes
  2. Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the bronchial tubes, often as a result of a cold or other viral infection. Smoking is also a common cause of chronic bronchitis.
  3. Chronic or acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of the bronchial tubes.
A chill or fit of shivering.
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  1. A chill or fit of shivering.
  2. A fever, usually malarial, marked by regularly recurring chills
  3. A febrile condition in which there are alternating periods of chills, fever, and sweating. Used chiefly in reference to the fevers associated with malaria.
An inflammation of the larynx, often characterized by a temporary loss of voice
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  1. An inflammation of the larynx, often characterized by a temporary loss of voice
  2. Inflammation of the larynx.
  3. Inflammation of the larynx, usually caused by a virus and characterized by hoarseness.
An allergic condition affecting the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract and the eyes, most often characterized by nasal discharge, sneezing, and itchy, watery eyes and usually caused by an abnormal sensitivity to airborne pollen.
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  1. An allergic condition affecting the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract and the eyes, most often characterized by nasal discharge, sneezing, and itchy, watery eyes and usually caused by an abnormal sensitivity to airborne pollen.
  2. Alternative spelling of hay fever.
  3. An allergy to the pollen of grass or other plants that causes symptoms similar to those of a cold; pollinosis.
A highly contagious infectious disease that is caused by any of various viruses of the family Orthomyxoviridae and is characterized by fever, respiratory symptoms, fatigue, and muscle pain. It commonly occurs in epidemics, one of which killed 20 million people between 1917 and 1919.
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  1. A highly contagious infectious disease that is caused by any of various viruses of the family Orthomyxoviridae and is characterized by fever, respiratory symptoms, fatigue, and muscle pain. It commonly occurs in epidemics, one of which killed 20 million people between 1917 and 1919.
  2. An acute, contagious, infectious disease, caused by any of various viruses and characterized by inflammation of the respiratory tract, fever, and muscular pain
  3. An acute contagious viral infection of humans, characterized by inflammation of the respiratory tract and by fever, chills, muscular pain, and prostration.
A spring or early summer hay fever.
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  1. A spring or early summer hay fever.
  2. A kind of hay fever believed to be caused by the pollen of roses
(Pathology) A long-term respiratory condition, in which the airways may unexpectedly and suddenly narrow, often in response to an allergen, cold air, exercise, or emotional stress. Symptoms include wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and coughing.
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  1. (Pathology) A long-term respiratory condition, in which the airways may unexpectedly and suddenly narrow, often in response to an allergen, cold air, exercise, or emotional stress. Symptoms include wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and coughing.
  2. A common inflammatory disease of the lungs characterized by episodic airway obstruction caused by extensive narrowing of the bronchi and bronchioles. The narrowing is caused by spasm of smooth muscle, edema of the mucosa, and the presence of mucus in the airway resulting from an immunologic reaction that can be induced by allergies, irritants, infection, stress, and other factors in a genetically predisposed individual. Common symptoms of asthma include wheezing, coughing, and shortness of breath.
Alternative spelling of whooping cough.
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  1. Alternative spelling of whooping cough.
  2. An acute infectious disease, usually affecting children, caused by a bacillus (Bordetella pertussis) and characterized by a mucous discharge from the nose and later by repeated attacks of coughing that end in a forced intake of breath, or whoop
  3. An infectious disease caused by the bacterium Bordatella pertussis, seen most commonly in children and characterized by coughing spasms often ending in loud gasps. Vaccinations usually given during infancy confer immunity to the disease.
Any of various submicroscopic agents that infect living organisms, often causing disease, and that consist of a single or double strand of RNA or DNA surrounded by a protein coat. Unable to replicate without a host cell, viruses are typically not considered living organisms.
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  1. Any of various submicroscopic agents that infect living organisms, often causing disease, and that consist of a single or double strand of RNA or DNA surrounded by a protein coat. Unable to replicate without a host cell, viruses are typically not considered living organisms.
  2. A harmful or destructive influence:
  3. A disease caused by a virus
Inflammation of the sinuses or a sinus, especially in the nasal region.
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  1. Inflammation of the sinuses or a sinus, especially in the nasal region.
  2. Inflammation of a sinus or sinuses, esp. those of the skull
  3. (Pathology) An inflammation of the paranasal sinuses.
(Med.) A cold in the head; acute nasal congestion
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  1. (Med.) A cold in the head; acute nasal congestion
  2. (Pathology) Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the nasal cavity, usually causing a running nose, nasal congestion and loss of smell.
A sore throat caused by a streptococcus and characterized by inflammation and fever
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  1. A sore throat caused by a streptococcus and characterized by inflammation and fever
  2. (Pathology) An infection of the throat with streptococci.
  3. Infection of the throat caused by the bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes. Symptoms usually include fever, redness of the throat, lymph node enlargement, and inflammation of the tonsils.
Streptococcus.
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  1. Streptococcus.
  2. (Pathology) Abbreviation of strep throat.
Plural form of sniffle
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  1. Plural form of sniffle
  2. (Plural only, the sniffles) The symptom of a runny or congested nose accompanying a cold.
An insect having mouthparts used for piercing and sucking, such as an aphid, a bedbug, or a stinkbug.
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  1. An insect having mouthparts used for piercing and sucking, such as an aphid, a bedbug, or a stinkbug.
  2. An insect, spider, or similar organism. Not in scientific use.
  3. A disease-producing microorganism or agent:
(Idiomatic) Hoarseness or the need to cough.
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  1. (Idiomatic) Hoarseness or the need to cough.
  2. (Idiomatic) Any temporary physical difficulty in speaking.
  1. Chilly
  2. Moderately cold; chilly:
  3. Not warm and friendly; distant:
Cool or cold enough to cause discomfort.
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  1. Cool or cold enough to cause discomfort.
  2. Moderately cold; uncomfortably cool
  3. Cool in manner; unfriendly
Tending to reduce discomfort in warm or hot weather
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  1. Tending to reduce discomfort in warm or hot weather
  2. Neither warm nor very cold; moderately cold:
  3. Giving or suggesting relief from heat:
Tending to nip:
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  1. Tending to nip:
  2. Bitingly cold:
  3. Cold in a stinging way
Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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  1. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
  2. Given to shivering; tending to shiver.
  3. Shivering or inclined to shiver; suffering from cold, fear, etc.
Executed without feeling or emotion:
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  1. Executed without feeling or emotion:
  2. Lacking feeling or emotion:
  3. Lacking emotion or compunction.
Devoid of emotion; impassive.
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  1. Devoid of emotion; impassive.
Marked by lack of affectation; unpretentious or sincere.
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  1. Marked by lack of affectation; unpretentious or sincere.
  2. Not changed, affected, or influenced
  3. Without affectation; simple; sincere; natural
Not easily stirred or moved in feeling.
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  1. Not easily stirred or moved in feeling.
  2. Showing little or no feeling.
  3. Reasoned and objective, involving reason or intellect rather than feelings.
Not affected emotionally, or not showing emotion
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  1. Not affected emotionally, or not showing emotion
  2. Not having one's feelings stirred
  3. Firm or unchanged in purpose
Habitually failing to become sexually aroused, or abnormally repelled by sexual activity
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  1. Habitually failing to become sexually aroused, or abnormally repelled by sexual activity
  2. Extremely cold; without heat or warmth
  3. Extremely cold.
Cold in manner or feeling; austere; unfriendly
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  1. Cold in manner or feeling; austere; unfriendly
  2. Covered with frost:
  3. Covered with or as with frost; hoary, glistening, etc.
Pleistocene.
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  1. Pleistocene.
  2. Extremely cold; icy:
  3. Coldly detached:
Characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence, etc.; chilling; frigid; cold.
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  1. Characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence, etc.; chilling; frigid; cold.
  2. Covered with ice, wholly or partially.
  3. Pertaining to, resembling, or abounding in ice; cold; frosty.
Habitually failing to become sexually aroused, or abnormally repelled by sexual activity
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  1. Habitually failing to become sexually aroused, or abnormally repelled by sexual activity
  2. Extremely cold.
  3. Extremely cold; without heat or warmth
Unbiased or impartial; detached:
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  1. Unbiased or impartial; detached:
  2. Lacking in passion.
  3. Lacking strong emotion or feeling:
Having lost consciousness, especially temporarily; unconscious:
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  1. Having lost consciousness, especially temporarily; unconscious:
  2. Not recognizing or realizing; unaware; indifferent
  3. Having lost sensation; unconscious
Having no real point or purpose; nonsensical; meaningless
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  1. Having no real point or purpose; nonsensical; meaningless
  2. (Informal) Unconscious, usually as a result of physical trauma.
  3. Unconscious
Without conscious control; involuntary or unintended:
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  1. Without conscious control; involuntary or unintended:
  2. Not aware of one's own existence; not conscious of self
  3. Occurring in the absence of conscious awareness or thought:
A checking or dampening of enthusiasm, spirit, or joy:
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  1. A checking or dampening of enthusiasm, spirit, or joy:
  2. A sudden numbing fear or dread.
  3. A feeling of sudden fear, apprehension, etc.
The state or sensation of being chilly; a disagreeable sensation of coldness.
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  1. Limited enthusiasm or affection; coolness.
  2. The sensation resulting from exposure to low temperatures.
  3. The relative lack of heat.
(Uncountable) The state of being cool, as in chilly.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state of being cool, as in chilly.
  2. (Slang, countable) The result or product of being cool, as in good or pleasing.
  3. (Countable) The result or product of being cool, as in chilly.
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