bone-chilling

bone-chilling

adj
1. extremely cold
2. extremely frightening or upsetting
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High pressure will build over Scandinavia, dragging a wintry blast of bone-chilling winds and colder, dry weather from the east by this weekend.
As details of this bone-chilling event, including a video recording of the event, were reported, a different picture started to emerge- one that had nothing to do with blasphemy.
Her face contorts into one of the demons and all the fishes of the lake turn up dead while the bone-chilling background music gives an eerie chill.
Summary: More than 40m people brave the bone-chilling cold to stand in queues to demonstrate their resolve against the social evil
NEW YORK:A brutal torrent of arctic air is set to lock much of the northern United States in a bone-chilling deep freeze for New Year's Day, with temperatures expected to plunge to around zero.
The first half ends with an unforgettable climax as the bone-chilling White Witch dramatically ascends upwards, announcing her intention to destroy the formidable Aslan, before swiftly dropping back down to earth and disappearing from sight.
The storm created fierce winds, cutting power in over 100,000 homes and businesses, shutting down schools, blocking roads with heavy snow and creating bone-chilling temperatures.
About 170 firefighters worked in bone-chilling cold to rescue about a dozen people from the building.
About 170 firefighters worked in bone-chilling cold, just 15 degrees, to rescue people from the building.
They learned to tolerate the danger, fear, bone-chilling cold, and long hours in cramped confinement.
The average temperature in the winter of 1962 and 1963 was a bone-chilling -0.
Roger Deakins to bone-chilling stares between Benicio Del Toro and Emily Blunt, editor Joe Walker had a wealth of visuals to work with as he heightened tensions in "Sicario.