Definition Of gelid
icy; extremely cold.
the gelid pond
Example Of gelid
Although they were high in the mountains, and the wind was from the east, and cold with a foretaste of winter, still, it felt warmer than the gelid air radiating from the White River.
As I run my palm along its breadth, a gelid numbness permeates into my flesh.
As the scores indicate - typically gelid to frozen - the shots seem to fall in the unflattering to outright frightening range.
But prepare for disillusionment, too, for these artists were blissfully ignorant of more than just the watery liberalism we now cringingly sip like gelid , day-old decaf.
Christmas nears with a vengeance: its jingling bell like a tinkling lily in gelid fluff overhangs the premises where they sell alcoholic beverages and stuff.