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Spell check of chill

Correct spelling: chill

Synonyms:
palpitation, aloof, beriberi, dampen, Cimmerian, depressive, defriend, antiseptic, wretched, dishearten, coolish, butcher, panic, bask, slay, saturnine, discharge, bite, sit back, winding-clothes, snuff, depress, prevent, lonely, lonesome, bake, trembling, formal, tenebrific, murky, frosty, snappy, beat, iciness, coolness, scary, appendicitis, cold-eyed, break off, sepulchral, inhibit, blanch, drapery, assassinate, idle away, bar, derail, forlorn, rush, dispirit, frighten, wintry, botulism, alarming, frigidness, black, charge, miserable, vibration, plutonian, discourage, intimidating, drop, bitterness, horror, coldish, lounge around, offish, sacrifice, clammy, curtain, cerement, etiology, nipping, hang, drear, put to sleep, disincline, ice-cold, sharp, fear, prickling, blend, tremor, frigidity, gelidity, liquidate, chilly, do in, relax, alarm, while away, desolate, withdrawn, frozenness, purge, suffocate, attitude, godforsaken, smother, ague, altitude sickness, drape, chilliness, distant, deflect, fright, eerie, Alzheimer's disease, frisson, butter, drown, solitary, hallucination, bone, polar, bleak, remove, exterminate, deter, cold-blooded, sunless, shivery, dissuade, slaughter, spooky, terrify, unhappy, cloudy, divert, morose, boot, ban, apprehension, execute, shaking, disconsolate, check, ghastly, refrigerate, shake up, darkening, uncommunicative, brisk, startle, nippy, gelid, icy, standoffish, anthrax, cut off, raw, dire, somber, dehydration, leave, quiver, remote, tingling, funereal, cold, hot, morbid, arctic, numbing, reticent, blood poisoning, gray, shakiness, unsympathetic, break up, butchery, cool down, awesome, terror, quivering, strangle, tremble, frostiness, algid, dreich, unapproachable, tingle, comfortless, elegiac, asphyxiate, discouraging, daunt, fall out, shroud, coldness, mantle, bronchitis, undemonstrative, bone-chilling, glacial, frightening, restrain, pall, reserved, carve, smite, lugubrious, split up, dismal, avert, chilling, menacing, complication, crisis, pathology, laze, frozen, sad, dread, indifferent, admonish, scare, cool, wind down, ice, shake, thrill, aetiology, hard-eyed, unfriendly, freeze, kick, cool off, rest, sullen, dark, solemn, bang, winding-sheet, dreary, anorexia, frigid, shiver, finish with, dump, tenebrous, cheerless, intimidate, massacre, perforation, dispiriting, dispatch, bitter, shudder, do away with, shivering, glum, flush, depressing, eliminate, brittle, freezing.

Antonyms:
enthusiastic, warm, toasty, hearty, ultrahot, reheated, steamy, balmy, optimistic, boiling, sunshiny, passionate, torrid, hot up, fervid, sultry, hopeful, cheerful, encouraging, jolly, eager, lukewarm, fiery, scalding, kindhearted, joyous, jocund, heartwarming, heat, cheering, overheated, heat up, sizzling, blazing, broiling, seething, cordial, bright, friendly, sympathetic, summery, hot, kind, comforting, mirthful, warmed, heated, demonstrative, festive, warmhearted, ardent, fervent, snug, genial, buoyant, expressive, cheery, inflamed, sweltering, warm-blooded, tepid, joyful, merry, white-hot, warming, scorching, molten, compassionate, lighthearted, roasting, blithesome, lightsome, emotional, burning, red-hot, flushed, muggy, glowing, blithe, searing, equatorial, tropical, feverish, igneous, happy, canicular.

Examples of usage:

1) The late start spread our day's work close to the chill of midnight. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) In the presence of all this we suffered the chill of death. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) I've got a chill! - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

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