To change to a solid state
congeal, harden, solidify, ice, stiffen, glaciate, ice up.
Antonyms melt*, thaw, liquefy.
To make cold
chill, refrigerate, ice, quick-freeze, deep-freeze, flash-freeze, nip, bite, cool, pierce, chill to the marrow, make one's teeth chatter, numb, anesthetize, benumb.
Antonyms heat, warm, cook.
fix, arrest, suspend, become immobilized; see halt 2, stop 1.
dishearten, depress, dampen; see discourage 1.
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