Definition of Coldness

1. Noun. The sensation produced by low temperatures. "The cold helped clear his head"

Exact synonyms: Cold
Generic synonyms: Temperature
Derivative terms: Cold, Cold



2. Noun. A lack of affection or enthusiasm. "A distressing coldness of tone and manner"
Exact synonyms: Chilliness, Coolness, Frigidity, Frigidness, Iciness
Generic synonyms: Emotionlessness, Unemotionality
Specialized synonyms: Stone, Lukewarmness, Tepidness
Derivative terms: Cold, Cold, Cold, Cool, Frigid, Frigid, Icy

3. Noun. The absence of heat. "Cold is a vasoconstrictor"
Exact synonyms: Cold, Frigidity, Frigidness, Low Temperature
Generic synonyms: Pressor, Vasoconstrictive, Vasoconstrictor, Temperature
Specialized synonyms: Chill, Gelidity, Iciness, Chilliness, Coolness, Nip, Frostiness, Cool
Derivative terms: Cold
Antonyms: Hotness

Definition of Coldness

1. n. The state or quality of being cold.

Definition of Coldness

1. Noun. The relative lack of heat. ¹

2. Noun. The sensation resulting from exposure to low temperatures. ¹

3. Noun. Limited enthusiasm or affection; coolness. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Coldness

1. the state of being cold [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coldness

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

Literary usage of Coldness

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1. Hebrew Melodies by George Gordon Byron Byron (1815)
"WHEN coldness WRAPS THIS SUFFERING CLA*.*"'- .f) ' . ... IK.; , ' WHEN coldness w.RA.f. ..."

2. Louis the Fourteenth, and the Court of France in the Seventeenth Century by Pardoe (Julia) (1847)
"... his narrow Policy—The extorted Signature—Arrival of Charles II.—coldness of the French Court—Retirement of the English King to Jersey. VOL. ..."

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