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blue with cold

Definition of blue with cold

chiefly British of a person or body part

  1. :  blue from being exposed to cold for too long <Her hands and feet are blue with cold.> <He was shivering and blue from the cold.>



Variants of blue with cold

or

blue from the cold

Word by Word Definitions

blueplay
  1. :  of the color blue

    :  bluish

    :  discolored by or as if by bruising

  1. :  a color whose hue is that of the clear sky or that of the portion of the color spectrum lying between green and violet

    :  a pigment or dye that colors blue

    :  bluing

  1. :  to make blue

    :  to turn blue

coldplay
  1. :  having or being a temperature that is uncomfortably low for humans

    :  having a relatively low temperature or one lower than normal or expected

    :  not heated: as

  1. :  bodily sensation produced by loss or lack of heat

    :  a condition of low temperature

    :  cold weather

  1. :  with utter finality :  absolutely, completely

    :  abruptly

    :  without introduction or advance notice


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