from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun One that chills.
- noun A frightening story, especially one involving violence, evil, or the supernatural; a thriller.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which chills.
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- noun Something that
chills, especially a machine that produces cold air, either for air conditioning, to prepare chilled foods etc.
- noun A
frightening dramaticwork, such as a book or film
comparativeform of chill: more chill
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun excitation that makes your hair stand up or that chills your bones
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The air conditioner chiller is out here at work, so it is getting pretty warm in the building.
Stephen King, who wrote the novel on which this chiller is based, once opined that director Stanley Kubrick didn’t understand the horror genre.
A new battery-cooling concept featuring a "chiller" component goes into production this year.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents, a show I used to watch on the "chiller" channel.
Medcenter One cut its natural gas consumption in July in half through use of new "chiller" or air-cooling unit, and saved about $32,000.
In this respect, Bedlam was very ahead of its time - tackling issues (albeit within the guise of a 'chiller') that most other films of this time would only shirk from.
The best way to get this cut every time is to partially freeze the meat: A large roast will need 90 minutes to 2 hours in the chiller before cutting.
In addition to the PV panels, wind turbines, and carbon offsetting, the Pixel Building will feature an ozone-free absorption heat pump chiller, a grass roof covering, and a reed-bed system to filter grey water and shade the windows.
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Coronation chicken is a dish begging to be rescued from the retirement home of the chiller cabinet and given the respect it deserves: as Simon Hopkinson tartly observes, "those cowboys who continue to think that bottled curry paste mixed with Hellmann's is in any way a reasonable substitute here need a good slap with a cold chapatti".
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