An icy chill stole into the car.
There is a little chill in the air.
What he said cast a chill on the gathering.
The fruit can chill while we’re making supper.
The cat let out a screech that sent a chill up her spine.
You should chill the glasses before serving the champagne.
There’s an old song that goes, “The morning fog may chill the air, I don’t care!”
Your grandmother got a bit of a chill last evening, and isn’t feeling too well.
The children stood behind the trees to escape the chill air coming off the ocean.
William Gladstone once remarked that the heated mind resents the chill touch and relentless scrutiny of logic.
The party grew chilly.
It was a lovely evening, albeit somewhat chilly.
The weather is a little chilly for swimming today.
The bedroom is chilly.
Did you leave the window open?