phrases with adjectives – cold

The word ‘cold’ as an adjective can mean a relatively low temperature or unfriendly. For example:

  • It’s cold today, bring your coat.
  • Jenny is very cold, I don’t think she should be a receptionist.

Let’s take a look at some common idioms containing the word ‘cold’.

cold expressions - cold
idiom adjectives (cold) - as cold as ice
idiom adjectives (cold) - blood runs cold
idiom adjectives (cold) - blow hot and cold
cold expressions - catch one’s death of cold
cold expressions - cold hard cash
cold expressions - cold sweat
idiom adjectives (cold) - get cold feet
idiom adjectives (cold) - give someone the cold shoulder
idiom adjectives (cold) - go cold turkey
cold expressions - in cold blood
cold expressions - in the cold light of day
idiom adjectives (cold) - leave out in the cold
idiom adjectives (cold) - out cold
idiom adjectives (cold) - stone cold sober
idiom adjectives (cold) - stone cold
cold expressions - throw cold water on