- n the property of being moderately cold
the chilliness of early morning
- n a lack of affection or enthusiasm
- In 2004, just before her motherhood-necessitated work slowdown, she veered into intriguing adult territory with Owen in Closer, projecting a chilliness that felt a bit forced but .
- For 27 years we have relied on unilateral sanctions and diplomatic chilliness to persuade Iran to moderate its behavior and forsake its nuclear ambitions.
- By constricting blood vessels, it casts a pallor over the face and diminishes circulation in the extremities, often causing chilliness in the arms and legs.
News & Articles
- Letter: Love letter to New Bern
I am writing to you from my home in sunny California, where the sun is bright and the temperature is an easy 76 degrees. However, by the time you read this letter I will be home in North Carolina in the 60 degrees chilliness. Born and raised in Vanceboro, I spent the majority of my youth performing and working in community theatre at The New Bern Civic Theatre my home away from home. Now, I am ...
Dec. 1, 2013 - New Bern Sun Journal