: ux|en|A cold wind whistled through the trees.
: ux|en|The forecast is that it will be very cold today.
: ux|en|She was so cold she was shivering.
: ux|en|She shot me a cold glance before turning her back.
*: RIVER SONG (upon seeing the still-living DOCTOR, moments after he made her and two other friends watch what they thought was his death): This is cold. Even by your standards, this is cold.
: ux|en|Lets look at this tomorrow with a cold head.
: ux|en|Hes a nice guy, but the cold facts say we should fire him.
: ux|en|The cold truth is that states rarely undertake military action unless their national interests are at stake.
: ux|en|He was assigned cold calls for the first three months.
: ux|en|I knocked him out cold.
: ux|en|After one more beer he passed out cold.
: ux|en|Practice your music scales until you know them cold.
: ux|en|Try both these maneuvers until you have them cold and can do them in the dark without thinking.
: ux|en|Rehearse your lines until you have them down cold.
: ux|en|Keep that list in front of you, or memorize it cold.
: ux|en|With that receipt, we have them cold for fraud.
: ux|en|Criminal interrogation. Initially they will dream up explanations faster than you could ever do so, but when they become fatigued, often they will acknowledge that you have them cold.
*: cold plants
*: What a deal of cold business doth a man misspend the better part of life in!
*: The jest grows cold...when it comes on in a second scene.
: ux|en|a cold scent
*: Smell this business with a sense as cold / As is a dead mans nose.
: ux|en|Youre cold … getting warmer … hot! Youve found it!
: Come in, out of the cold.
: I caught a miserable cold and had to stay home for a week.
: The steel was processed cold.
: The speaker went in cold and floundered for a topic.
: I knocked him out cold.
: Now Little Bo Peep cold lost her sheep / And Rip van Winkle fell the hell asleep — Run Dmc, Peter Piper.