Top definition. Chill is a word that can be used for many things. It could describe being cool and a go with the flow person. Or a cold object. But overall chill is a cool word. Wow that dude is pretty chill. Aug 26 Word of the Day.
If you prefer them chewy in the middle and crisp outside, chill the balls of dough. Standing in the chill breeze of autumn, I knew something had passed between us. What he—and his friend holding the camera—heard in response was enough to chill them to the bone. Yet, relative to the massive amount of attention, shock, and criticism, I can only muster a shrug and a plea to chill out. A chill coursed through me, but I resisted the urge to turn back.
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To save this word, you'll need to log in. The sort of story, or moment, that sends a chill down your spine and makes the hair on your arms stand up like porcupine quills? No one was paying any attention. It was a laid-back situation. I love how at City Hall people come in everything from wedding gowns to jeans. It's so mellow and chill , just how we like it. He closed the windows to keep out the chill. Her symptoms include chills and a fever. He caught a chill that turned into a bad cold.