There was stone-cold silence from the dozen other assembled Democrats—a reaction that Lieberman found “very troubling.”
The last two Wall Street clients Caine worked with were both “stone-cold alcoholics” in their 40s.
But a stone-cold death threat to my cell phone — that was a new one.
If you had waited until Samuel had finished his speech everything on the table would have been stone-cold.
What you can't be stone-cold sure of to-morrow you drive a nail in to-day.
Every Jack sees in his own particular Jill charms and perfections to the enchantment of which we stolid onlookers are stone-cold.
They could do nothing but talk and talk and ask questions; and I had waffles, too, and they got stone-cold.
But it's hard luck to be fixed as he is—that's stone-cold truth.
Here, John Henry, bring me another cup of coffee; this's stone-cold.
The stone-cold comforter attracts the poets, and most of them, like Keats, are half in love with easeful death.