Definition of Coldish

1. a. Somewhat cold; cool; chilly.



Definition of Coldish

1. Adjective. Somewhat cold ¹

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Definition of Coldish

1. somewhat cold [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coldish

coldbloodedly
coldbloodedness
coldcock
coldcocked
coldcocking
coldcocks
coldcream
colde
colder
coldest
coldhearted
coldheartedly
coldheartedness
coldie
coldies
coldish (current term)
coldlike
coldly
coldness
coldnesses
coldproof
colds
coldsleep
coldspot
coldspots
coldtrap
coldtraps
coldwave
coldwork
coldworked

Literary usage of Coldish

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1. A Narrative of the Expedition to Dongola and Sennaar: Under the Command of by George Bethune English (1822)
"The weather was cool enough during the day, and coldish in the night.* In the afternoon we again set forward, proceeding and halting as yesterday, ..."

2. The Edinburgh magazine, and literary miscellany, a new series of The Scots (1818)
"VROM the beginning of May till about the middle, the weather was wet and coldish, and from the middle till the end dry and ..."

3. The Life of William Wordsworth by William Angus Knight (1889)
"A sunshiny, but coldish morning. We walked into Easedale. ... Sate in the orchard the hour before dinner, coldish. ... In the evening We were sitting at the ..."

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