chilliest chilliest  /ˈtʃɪ li əst/


  1. (n) very hot and finely tapering pepper of special pungency
  2. (adj) not characterized by emotion
  3. (adj) appreciably or disagreeably cold
  4. (adj) lacking warmth of feeling



  1. For the record, yesterday was the chilliest Cubs home opener in five years.
  2. Puccini's grandest, chilliest opera gets a new production at the Lyric Opera of Chicago that ought to warm the pageantry up considerably.
  3. Their departure could mean the end of one of the longest, chilliest episodes in the cold war.



  1. "US law lets American citizens travel to any country on earth, friend or foe -- with one exception: Cuba. It's time for us to scrap this anachronistic ban, imposed during one of the chilliest periods of the Cold War," said Republican Senator...
    on Nov 17, 2009 By: Richard Lugar Source: AFP

  2. "Minneapolis was the chilliest crowd. You could actually feel the room get cold, and then someone yelled out 'Judas!'" Glass says. "One of our producers says it was like when Dylan went electric. But then we showed them the stuff from the...
    on Mar 22, 2007 By: Ira Glass Source: Inside Bay Area

  3. "This was our chilliest practice this year," USC coach Steve Spurrier said Tuesday at Rhodes College.
    on Dec 26, 2006 By: Steve Spurrier Source: The State

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