What is chilly?

  • (adj): Not characterized by emotion.
    Example: "A female form in marble--a chilly but ideal medium for depicting abstract virtues"-C.W.Cunningham
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on chilly:

List Of Chilly Willy Theatrical Cartoons
... This is a list of Walter Lantz "Cartunes" featuring Chilly Willy ... All are entries in Lantz's Chilly Willy series ... The first five cartoons (Chilly Willy through Room and Wrath) were released in The Woody Woodpecker and Friends Classic Cartoon Collection ...
Chilly, Haute-Savoie
... Chilly is a commune in the Haute-Savoie department in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France ...
Son (Katya Chilly Album)
... Katya Chilly (Ukrainian Катя Chilly), birth name Kateryna Kondratenko (Ukrainian Катерина Кондратенко) is a Ukrainian pop-jazz singer ...
Chilly (band)
... Chilly was a popular German eurodisco/rock band at the end of the 1970s and the beginning of the 1980s ... Chilly's version was produced by the composer and author Bernt Moehrle, who created with this song a new standard in Disco music in the late 70s and early 80s ...
List Of Kirby Characters - Enemies - Chilly
... Chilly is a snowman-like monster who is a common enemy in the Kirby franchise ... Back at Ya! episode "Dedede's Snow Job," Chilly appeared when the Ice Dragon was causing a snowfall in Cappy Town ... Kirby managed to befriend Chilly ...

More definitions of "chilly":

  • (adj): Lacking warmth of feeling.
    Example: "A chilly greeting"
    Synonyms: unfriendly
  • (adj): Uncomfortably cool.
    Example: "Chilly weather"
    Synonyms: chill

Famous quotes containing the word chilly:

    Oh! that thy love might overflow my Heart!
    To fire the same with Love: for Love I would.
    But oh! my streight’ned Breast! my Lifeless Sparke!
    My Fireless Flame! What Chilly Love, and Cold?
    In measure small! In Manner Chilly! See!
    Lord, blow the Coal: Thy Love Enflame in mee.
    Edward Taylor (1645–1729)

    I waited alone, in the company of orchids, roses and violets who—like people waiting beside you, but to whom you are unknown—maintained a silence which their individuality of living things rendered more imposing and in their chilly manner received the heat from an incandescent coal fire, preciously placed behind a crystal glass, in a white marble tub where it dropped, from time to time, its dangerous rubies.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    It was a chilly winter’s night;
    And frost was glitt’ring on the ground,
    And evening stars were twinkling bright;
    William Barnes (1801–1886)