adjective, cold·er, cold·est.
- having cool colors, especially muted tones tending toward grayish blue.
- being a cool color.
Origin of cold
SYNONYMS FOR cold
Examples from the Web for coldest
So why are his advisers suddenly comparing him to the coldest of Cold Warriors?
Newt Gingrich As the President speaks, we will be experiencing one of the coldest winters in recent history.
The coldest weather in decades has begun its march across much of the eastern two-thirds of the country.
In fact, it may threaten the NFL record for the coldest game in the history of the league.
“Justice-without-mercy must easily be the bleakest, coldest, combination of words in the language,” Salinger writes.When Salinger Spoke Out: A Rare 1959 Public Letter Against Life in Prison|Nicolaus Mills|December 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The sun had been entirely absent for ninety-four days, and the coldest period of the winter was at hand.True Tales of Arctic Heroism in the New World|Adolphus W. Greely
But we found ice only on that one morning, and that was the coldest winter we experienced.Before Adam|Jack London
All present seemed to look at it with the coldest eye of ignorance.The Innocence of Father Brown|G. K. Chesterton
With this arrangement it was possible to heat the gravel to a temperature of 80° or 90° F. even during the coldest weather.Concrete Construction|Halbert P. Gillette
Perhaps the statement that a bird always nests in the coldest part of its range is more universally correct.The Migration of Birds|T. A. Coward
British Dictionary definitions for coldest
Derived Formscoldish, adjectivecoldly, adverbcoldness, noun
Word Origin for cold
Medicine definitions for coldest
Idioms and Phrases with coldest
In addition to the idioms beginning with cold
- cold cash
- cold comfort
- cold feet, get
- cold fish
- cold hands, warm heart
- cold shoulder
- cold shower
- cold snap
- cold storage
- cold sweat
- cold turkey
- blow hot and cold
- catch cold
- come in from the cold
- in a cold sweat
- in cold blood
- in cold storage
- in the cold light of day
- knock out (cold)
- leave one cold
- make one's blood run cold
- out cold
- out in the cold
- pour cold water on
- stone cold
- stop cold