Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Cold as a stone.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Cold as a stone.

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  • adjective Without emotion.
  • adjective Completely cold

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  • adjective completely cold

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Examples

  • Brig’s question was a challenge, his expression stone-cold.

    Ride the Thunder

  • Brig’s question was a challenge, his expression stone-cold.

    Ride the Thunder

  • Brig’s question was a challenge, his expression stone-cold.

    Ride the Thunder

  • Brig’s question was a challenge, his expression stone-cold.

    Ride the Thunder

  • The widow Flannagan kneeling on the stone-cold tiles below the image of the Lord.

    Before the Bloodbath

  • By this time, my fear had turned to stone-cold hatred.

    Show Stoppah

  • Suffice it to contend that about thirty minutes in to a movie a entire assembly was visibly activated as well as energized by this stone-cold classic-for-eternity.

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  • I'm not talking the stylized shots from magazines where what's on the plate is so gussied up it's pretty much inedible (not to mention stone-cold), I mean good, honest home cooking.

    No Cheese, Please

  • Suffice it to contend that about thirty minutes in to a movie a entire assembly was visibly activated as well as energized by this stone-cold classic-for-eternity.

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  • A little problem with this comparison; the President is actually stone-cold sober, having sworn off alcohol a long time ago. joejoejoe Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Bush As Crank

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