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chilly

(chĭl′ē)
adj. chill·ier, chill·iest
1. Cool or cold enough to cause discomfort.
2. Feeling cold, often to the point of shivering.

chill′i·ly adv.
chill′i·ness n.
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AaAaAeAcForecaster Sarah Sammy, of The Weather Channel, said it would sta to become chillier on Christmas Day.
The mercury will creep upwards during next week and conditions will become more settled with milder days, but chillier nights.
It may be a bit chillier tomorrow and the forecast is for rain and around 13degC, but this will climb again and stay dry later and over the weekend.
Wear it with Chelsea boots and scarf for an autumn feel or with a chunky cardigan and wool tights for chillier outings.
Addressing at the distribution of milk chilling machines to the milk vendors of the agency here at civil colony in Khar, he said initially the chillier machines were provided to main dealers in different bazaars and would also be given to small milk sellers soon.
But James Madden, of Exacta Weather, said: "From mid-November we can expect significant changes as winds veer in from a much chillier northerly and easterly direction.
Nor, for that matter, does anyone doubt that without its heat-trapping properties life on Earth would be a lot chillier.
Maximum temperatures will vary between 20A[degrees] 23A[degrees] C and the water will be slightly chillier a 18-20A[degrees].
But Nicola faces an even chillier welcome when she finally returns Amba to her mother.
and chillier still on Sunday when the lowest temperature was at 19.
The European Union (EU) is quietly increasing the urgency of a plan to import natural gas from Iran, as relations with Tehran thaw while those with top gas supplier Russia grow chillier, a European Commission source told Reuters in September.
On chillier days, boots make dresses and skirts wearable.