1 But she loved him so much that, when he withdrew as he had now done, it was like the warm sun going down and leaving her in chilly twilight dews.
2 The cold wind made her shiver and the chilly needle-like drops drove hard into her face.
3 I put the side-curtains up, it was so chilly.
4 She rushed to him, patted his fur coat, the long hairs smooth but chilly to her fingers.
5 Each morning she was nauseated, chilly, bedraggled, and certain that she would never again be attractive; each twilight she was afraid.
6 She resolved to be so chilly that they would stay away.
7 She stared at the mud-browned chilly water, the floating gray reeds.
8 But up-stairs she remembered that Mrs. Bogart had seen her walking with Erik from the railroad track into town, and she was chilly with disquietude.
9 Weather's beginning to get chilly here.
10 We felt very nice and snug, the more so since it was so chilly out of doors; indeed out of bed-clothes too, seeing that there was no fire in the room.
11 Jo was very busy in the garret, for the October days began to grow chilly, and the afternoons were short.
12 I sat up in bed by way of arousing this said brain: it was a chilly night; I covered my shoulders with a shawl, and then I proceeded to think again with all my might.
13 It was the first of June; yet the morning was overcast and chilly: rain beat fast on my casement.
14 Miss Murdstone gave me her chilly finger-nails, and sat severely rigid.
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15 Sergey Ivanovitch met his brother with the smile of chilly friendliness he always had for everyone, and introducing him to the professor, went on with the conversation.