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1. cold-blooded

adjective. ['ˈkoʊldˈblʌdəd'] without compunction or human feeling.

Synonyms

  • inhuman
  • cold
  • insensate

Antonyms

  • inhumaneness
  • painless
  • human
  • warm

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2. turkey

noun. ['ˈtɝːki'] large gallinaceous bird with fan-shaped tail; widely domesticated for food.

Synonyms

  • turkey cock
  • genus Meleagris
  • Meleagris
  • tom turkey
  • poultry
  • fowl
  • tom
  • gobbler
  • Meleagris gallopavo

Antonyms

  • smart bomb
  • defend
  • pass
  • success

Etymology

  • Turkey (English)
  • Turquie (French)

3. Turkey

noun. a Eurasian republic in Asia Minor and the Balkans; on the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in 1918, the Young Turks, led by Kemal Ataturk, established a republic in 1923.

Synonyms

  • Antioch
  • Euphrates River
  • Bosporus
  • Smyrna
  • Near East
  • Izmir
  • Balkans
  • Seyhan River
  • Ararat
  • Asia Minor
  • Mideast
  • capital of Turkey
  • Edirne
  • Middle East
  • Republic of Turkey
  • Turkish capital
  • Seyhan
  • Araxes
  • Aegospotamos
  • Antakya
  • Stambul
  • Tigris
  • Istanbul
  • Adalia
  • Kurdistan
  • Pergamum
  • Bursa
  • Antakiya
  • Adrianopolis
  • Halicarnassus
  • NATO
  • Balkan Peninsula
  • Dardanelles
  • Ankara
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • Euphrates
  • Turk
  • Aegospotami
  • Brusa
  • Aras
  • Adana
  • Stamboul
  • Adrianople
  • Sardis
  • Constantinople
  • Anatolia
  • Mount Ararat
  • Angora
  • Canakkale Bogazi
  • Abydos
  • Mt. Ararat
  • Hellespont
  • Antalya

Etymology

  • Turquie (French)

4. turkey

noun. ['ˈtɝːki'] flesh of large domesticated fowl usually roasted.

Synonyms

  • white meat
  • turkey wing
  • poultry

Antonyms

  • rise
  • loaded
  • diverge

Etymology

  • Turkey (English)
  • Turquie (French)

5. cold

adjective. ['ˈkoʊld'] having a low or inadequate temperature or feeling a sensation of coldness or having been made cold by e.g. ice or refrigeration.

Synonyms

  • arctic
  • refrigerant
  • shivery
  • frigid
  • snappy
  • ice-cold
  • glacial
  • icy
  • frigorific
  • rimy
  • heatless
  • raw
  • chilly
  • nippy
  • unwarmed
  • rimed
  • cool
  • gelid
  • parky
  • refrigerating
  • cutting
  • polar
  • nipping
  • unheated
  • temperature
  • frozen
  • frosty
  • crisp
  • acold
  • bleak
  • stone-cold
  • frore
  • refrigerated

Antonyms

  • unfrozen
  • hot
  • unglazed
  • clothed

Etymology

  • cald (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. cold

adjective. ['ˈkoʊld'] extended meanings; especially of psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion.

Synonyms

  • frosty
  • passionless
  • emotionalism
  • frigid
  • cool
  • emotionless
  • emotionality
  • glacial
  • icy
  • wintry

Antonyms

  • unemotionality
  • warm
  • hot
  • cooked

Etymology

  • cald (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. cold

noun. ['ˈkoʊld'] a mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs).

Synonyms

  • respiratory illness
  • respiratory disorder
  • communicable disease
  • head cold
  • respiratory disease
  • common cold

Antonyms

  • concentration
  • equatorial
  • same
  • noncrucial

Etymology

  • cald (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. cold

noun. ['ˈkoʊld'] the absence of heat.

Synonyms

  • temperature
  • chill
  • gelidity
  • chilliness
  • frigidness
  • low temperature
  • cool
  • pressor
  • iciness
  • nip
  • frostiness
  • coldness
  • vasoconstrictive
  • coolness
  • vasoconstrictor

Antonyms

  • heat
  • discomposure
  • agitated
  • discomposed

Etymology

  • cald (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. cold

adjective. ['ˈkoʊld'] having lost freshness through passage of time.

Antonyms

  • spiritless

Etymology

  • cald (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. cold

adjective. ['ˈkoʊld'] of a seeker; far from the object sought.

Antonyms

  • unfashionable

Etymology

  • cald (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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