bone-chilling

bone-chilling

adj
1. extremely cold
2. extremely frightening or upsetting
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With only two episodes broadcast, Sky Atlantic's five-part drama, Chernobyl, depicting the catastrophic events that took place at the nuclear power plant in 1986, has to be the most bone-chilling, and thoughtprovoking TV mini-series I've ever watched.
Temperatures will plummet well below freezing in the bone-chilling northerly wind in some areas of northern England and Scotland.
BY CHRIS BEECH PETER WRIGHT insists he's not been frozen out of darts' Premier League play-offs - despite a bone-chilling night in Belfast.
Severe Weather Preparedness Week began Sunday, just in time for another couple of days of bone-chilling weather for portions of central, east central and northeast Illinois.
The Linlithgow Rose Boys' Club player completed his tour at League Two Elgin City's bone-chilling Borough Briggs.
The snow-clad areas' residents appealed authorities concerned to look into the matter and ensure adequate electricity across Kashmir in the bone-chilling days.
The ITBP has been deployed to the icy heights of the Himalayas primarily from 9,000 to 18,750 feet where almost all the places offer bone-chilling cold and snow conditions prevailing throughout the year.
The threat of a bone-chilling blast of cold from the east, accompanied by disruptive snow showers, is increasing.
The bone-chilling cold continued shivering the northern (N) region for the eighth consecutive day Friday forcing thousands to stay indoors up to 9 am till appearance of the sun penetrating thick layers of fogs, reports BSS.
Gordon may have been apprehensive as he arrived in the bone-chilling Russian winter but the vodka probably helped.
During Chilai Kalan, the temperatures across the Valley go considerably down and the chances of rains and snowfall happen to be maximum and frequent, while people put on extra layers of clothing to fight the bone-chilling cold.
It will feel quite bitter in the fresh to strong south-southeasterly winds, making it seem a bone-chilling -5C in some places, even though temperatures will show around average for the time of year.