feel a chill in a sentence
- Despite blue skies and warm temperatures, I feel a chill.
- What that is remains unknown, but Izumi feels a chill after Shin has said that.
- Rosie, unawares of her action, yet feels a chill.
- I feel a chill when I think of the cruelty that drove this business, the heartlessness,
- But only the hardhearted will fail to feel a chill hearing this plain tune so evocatively played.
- It's difficult to find feel a chill in a sentence.
- It's fascinating but sobering reading _ if you feel a chill coming on, save it for another day.
- Roberts said he might feel a chill when he leads the Bears onto the field at Notre Dame Stadium.
- You feel a chill come over you as the train comes out of the subway and you see the stadium,
- Hi, what is actually ( ie biologically ) happening when one feels a chill running through one's body, or back or whatever?
- The grown-up kid feels a chill as Grant throws open a bathroom door and discovers Kennedy staring up absently from under the water.
- The woodcutter sees only an empty palm but when he touches it he feels a chill in his fingers and sees a flash.
- So when you feel a chill and get goosebumps, you're experiencing the same body response your predecessors did tens of thousands of years ago.
- So the Cold War may be over, but nearby countries still feel a chill when they think about the potential environmental problems just across the border.
- Even now, anyone riffling through Internet lists of the dead and missing at the World Trade Center might still come upon his name and feel a chill.
- Body temperature then falls, and the person who's had the hot flash feels a chill, says Walsh, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Harvard Medical School.
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