verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of chill
Examples from the Web for chilled
He would shake a chilled Coke, and then spray the soda into a cold glass of milk.
How can a chilled, acidic, and bubbly liquid make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside?
After I shot my first fight scene I chilled out a little bit.Nick Jonas Is All Grown Up, Clutching His Penis and Everything|Kevin Fallon|October 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
During a balmy summer, few things provide immediate enjoyment like a chilled glass of rosé.
After shaking, he pours the opaque, green liquid through a strainer and into a chilled champagne coupe.
She felt the justice of it to the bottom of her heart, and yet was chilled and wounded by the tacit condemnation of her child.The Ladies Lindores, Vol. 1(of 3)|Margaret Oliphant
At the same time a chorus of barbaric yells rang out, that chilled the boy's blood, even at that distance.Ralph Granger's Fortunes|William Perry Brown
An iceberg could not more have chilled me; nor could the cold of an iceberg have been more purely physical.True Ghost Stories|Hereward Carrington
Cut a ripe and chilled watermelon in halves, crosswise the melon.
"The wind and I take no note of each other," answered the dwarf, lifting her chilled nose skyward.The Lady of Fort St. John|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
British Dictionary definitions for chilled (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for chilled (2 of 2)
- to depress (enthusiasm, etc)
- to discourage