Coldly [adverb]

Definition of Coldly:

in an unemotional manner

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Sentence/Example of Coldly:

They’re designed in Sweden with Nordic winters in mind, which means they can keep your hands warm in the coldest climes.

Domokos carried with him his suitcases, a bad cold and a burning secret.

Processed and fried foods, such as cold cuts, store-bought baked goods, candy and chips don’t have many of the nutrients our bodies and brains need, Richardson says.

That need to keep it super-cold can make moving Pfizer’s vaccine to where it will be used potentially difficult.

A man has been arrested and charged in connection with a 2011 cold case involving his then-pregnant girlfriend, who went missing in Loudoun County.

It will keep a picnic’s worth of food and drinks cold for up to four hours—and is much easier to carry than a hard-sided cooler.

For more cold-weather running tips, check out The Year of Running, our season-by-season guide to making the most of every running season.

As the weather gets colder, you could throw in the towel and sit with your feet propped up in front of the fire.

They shrug off rain in the fall, and on cold, snowy days I match them with thick wool socks.

I usually run in tights and shorts when it’s cold, but with the Ponto, I can go from sitting in front of a computer to running down the block without having to change.