An example of chill used as an adjective is the phrase a "chill breeze" which means a breeze that is moderately cold.
An example of chill used as an adjective is the phrase a "chill personality" which means a person who is standoffish.
An example of to chill is to put dough in the fridge overnight.
An example of a chill is a cold breeze blowing through a house.
An example of a chill is a sudden frightful feeling after hearing a horror story.
Bad news that put a chill on the celebration.
A chill wind.
Jelly that chills quickly.
Close the window or you'll catch a chill. I felt a chill when the wind picked up.
Despite the heat, he felt a chill as he entered the crime scene. The actor's eerie portrayal sent chills through the audience. His menacing presence cast a chill over everyone.
Chill, man, we've got a whole week to do it; no sense in getting worked up.
The new gym teacher really has to chill or he's gonna blow a gasket.
Hey, we should chill this weekend.
On Friday night do you wanna chill?
A chill greeting.
Origin of chill
- Middle English chile from Old English cele gel- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- Old English ċele.