coldness coldness  /ˈkoʊld nəs/


  1. (n) the sensation produced by low temperatures
  2. (n) a lack of affection or enthusiasm
  3. (n) the absence of heat


  • 'God is not a bully' spreads message of love to LGBTQ people

    When I came out in my church I was 16 and still wearing ascots for ties. I was a mop of hair looking for guidance in the faith that had given me a home. I chose to be a Baptist because of its overt grounding in community and its personalism over the Latin coldness of my mother’s Catholicism. Being a Baptist was a call to dance, and there can’t be a revolution without dancing. Then I was called ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: WBEZ 91.5 Chicago


  1. "What issues from the Jews' attempts at making art must necessarily therefore bear attributes of coldness and indifference, even to triviality and absurdity," Wagner wrote.
    on Jan 23, 2009 By: Richard Wagner Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "The coldness wasn't bad," said Ames. "It's the fact the greens are so fast, you need that touch. Plus you've got the 30 mile an hour gusts every now and again and you don't know when it's going to come."
    on Apr 7, 2007 By: Stephen Ames Source:

  3. "Often people mistake her shyness for coldness," says photographer Mario Testino.
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: Mario Testino Source: Gawker

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