Another word for cold
Said of the weather
chilly, cool, crisp, icy, freezing, frigid, frosty, rimy, wintry, bleak, nippy, brisk, keen, inclement, penetrating, snowy, frozen, sleety, blasting, cutting, brumal, snappy, algid, gelid, piercing, chill, bitter, numbing, severe, boreal, stinging, glacial, intense, Siberian, sharp, raw, nipping, arctic, polar, below zero, biting; see also wintry.
Said of people, animals, or things
Said of temperament
Absence of warmth
coldness, frozenness, chilliness, frostiness, frost, nip, bitterness, rawness, crispness, briskness, draft, frostbite, chill, shivers, coolness, shivering, goose flesh, numbness, iciness, frigidity, freeze, glaciation, refrigeration, gelidity, congelation; see also weather.
The outdoors of a cold season
An aural or respiratory congestion
head cold, common cold, flu, catarrh, rheum, cough, hack, sore throat, sinus trouble, cold on one's chest, bronchitis, ague, laryngitis, hay fever, grippe, influenza, rose fever, rose cold, asthma, whooping cough, pertussis, streptococcic throat, staphylococcic infection, virus, sinusitis, coryza, strep throat*, strep*, sniffles*, bug*, frog in one's throat*; see also disease.
come down with a cold, become ill, take cold; see sicken 1.
Another word for coldadjective
Marked by a low temperature:chill, chilly, cool, nippy, shivery. See hot
Not affected by or showing emotion:cold-blooded, emotionless, unaffected, unemotional, unmoved. See attitude, hot
Lacking all friendliness and warmth:frigid, frosty, glacial, icy. See attitude, hot
Deficient in or lacking sexual desire:ardorless, frigid, inhibited, passionless, unresponsive. See sex
Lacking consciousness:insensible, senseless, unconscious. Idioms: out cold, out like a light. See awareness