from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Cooled.
- v. Simple past of chill.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Hardened on the surface or edge by chilling.
- adj. Having that cloudiness or dimness of surface that is called “blooming.”
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But what would be chilled is the idea that government officials can abuse people and the Constitution with impunity and without consequence.
Serve in chilled bowls with fruity extra-virgin olive oil, crusty bread, basil and sea salt on the table for your guests to add as desired.
I produced a selection of Bourbon on ice, Ouzo in chilled mineral water, and a warmed Cognac.
Spread pudding mixture in chilled crust, refrigerate a minimum of 3 hours to set before serving.
Shake with ice and serve in chilled cocktail glass.
And our team listened in chilled silence as he predicted: Islam is superior and will never be surpassed.
For as soon as I came upon the old photo above, I started in chilled recognition.
So what started out intended to be a piece of bread in chilled milk sauce, eventually turned out to be a piece of bread soaked in syrup and coated in grated coconut.
Cut in chilled butter until mixture comes together into clumps, about 4 to 5 minutes; set aside.
Harpist in the Wind The name chilled Morgon unexpectedly, as though Har had turned the impossible into truth with a word.