Chilly Quotes

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Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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roger-that-milli-vanilli-chilly-willy
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sweater-n-garment-worn-by-child-when-its-mother-is-feeling-chilly-ambrose-bierce
plutocracy-it-has-perfect-nuance-chilly-inaccessible-icyrich-graham-joyce
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like-mermaid-in-seaweed-she-dreams-awake-trembling-in-her-soft-chilly-nest-john-keats
my-dad-i-arent-close-despite-fact-that-hes-standing-in-my-shadow-my-love-for-him-must-make-him-chilly-jarod-kintz
as-child-my-fathers-architecture-seemed-to-me-to-be-industrial-in-way-it-seemed-harsh-kind-chilly-i-didnt-respond-to-it
the-nights-chilly-breath-tickles-up-my-neck-finds-my-ear-whispering-secrets-only-wind-knows-libba-bray
always-choose-adventure-unless-its-chilly-outside-theres-cup-warm-coffee-resting-near-book-comfy-sofa-barbara-brooke
pagford-which-by-night-was-no-more-than-cluster-twinkling-lights-in-dark-hollow-far-below-was-emerging-into-chilly-sunlight-j-k-rowling
the-heavy-spacesuits-are-spectacular-to-look-at-but-hot-putting-one-on-was-like-going-from-chilly-london-winter-weather-to-bahamas-in-just-minutes
who-knew-demon-child-would-have-such-normal-name-i-expected-something-exotic-like-serena-destiny-evil-one-that-comes-in-night-to-make-us-chilly-darynda-jones
it-was-chilly-morning-after-nights-rain-sun-hung-in-sky-like-pale-coin-lost-by-someone-high-up-in-clouds-cornelia-funke
where-is-world-whose-people-dont-prefer-comfortable-warm-wellworn-belief-however-illogical-to-chilly-winds-uncertainty-isaac-asimov
but-haiku-by-buson-came-into-his-mind-i-try-to-forget-this-senile-love-chilly-autumn-shower-the-gloom-only-grew-denser-yasunari-kawabata
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if-you-meet-crosseyed-personyou-must-plunge-into-grassalongside-chilly-antsfish-through-green-fingernailsand-come-up-with-fourleaf-clover-anne-sexton
a-safe-but-sometimes-chilly-way-recalling-past-is-to-force-open-crammed-drawer-if-you-are-searching-for-anything-in-particular-you-dont-find-it-but-something-falls-out-at-back-th
youre-elegance-in-misunderstood-form-crystal-quartz-in-world-platinum-oh-my-dizzy-boy-theres-fire-in-you-that-i-use-to-warm-my-hands-on-chilly-mornings-taylor-rhodes
im-closet-outdoorsy-athletic-enthusiast-i-would-love-to-do-rafting-hiking-trip-someday-maybe-sleep-in-treehouse-bathe-in-chilly-winding-river
growing-up-in-english-countryside-seemed-interminable-process-freezing-winter-gave-way-to-frosty-spring-which-in-turn-merged-into-chilly-summerbut-jessica-mitford
grinding-when-its-chilly-grinding-when-its-sunny-i-cant-see-the-haters-im-blinded-by-the-money
Then you hand her over your jacket, you knew she was chilly -Styles P">felt-real-confident-know-you-was-willy-told-shorty-that-she-was-sweeter-then-strawberry-phillies-said-some-old-school-stuff-like-boy-you-was-silly-styles-p
some-automatic-device-clicked-in-her-big-brain-her-knees-felt-weak-there-was-chilly-feeling-in-her-stomach-she-was-in-love-with-this-man-they-dont-kurt-vonnegut
science-casts-long-black-shadow-back-over-who-we-think-we-are-where-it-falls-temperature-falls-with-it-its-touch-is-chilly-unforgiving
kemp-i-demonstrated-conclusively-this-morning-that-invisibility-im-never-mind-what-youve-demonstratedim-starving-said-voice-night-ischilly-for-man-without-clothes-hg-wells
you-were-one-who-threatened-us-with-inquisitor-bishop-reminded-him-with-smile-the-speakers-smile-was-just-as-chilly-and-youre-one-who-told-people-i-was-satan-they-shouldnt-talk-t
now-invite-me-in-before-i-lose-my-temperature-temper-you-mean-no-temperature-its-getting-chilly-steven-erikson
here-are-your-instructions-crowley-and-suddenly-he-knew-he-hated-that-they-could-just-as-easily-have-told-him-they-didnt-suddenly-have-to-drop-chilly-neil-gaiman
if-heaven-was-hot-hell-was-chilly-tell-me-why-would-you-go-to-heaven-michael-bassey-johnson
here-today-we-huddle-tight-as-darkest-heathens-might-the-snow-falls-chilly-on-our-skin-the-snow-is-forcing-its-way-in-hush-snow-come-in-with-us-to-bertolt-brecht
through-sharp-air-flaky-torrent-flies-mocks-slow-sight-hides-gloomy-skies-the-fleecy-clouds-their-chilly-bosoms-bare-and-shed-their-substance-on-george-crabbe
of-course-you-dont-trust-braith-you-dont-trust-anybody-ghleanna-reminded-their-brother-you-dont-trust-air-because-it-tends-to-become-unseasonably-chilly-when-id-prefer-it-to-be-w
What do you mean? What do you demand of your captain? Are you then so easily turned from your design? Did you not call this a glorious expedition? And wherefore was it glorious? Not because the way was smooth and placid as a southern sea, but because it was full of dangers and terror; because at every new incident your fortitude was to be called forth and your courage exhibited; because danger and death surrounded it, and these you were to brave and overcome. For this was it a glorious, for this was it an honourable undertaking. You were hereafter to be hailed as the benefactors of your species; your names adored as belonging to brave men who encountered death for honour and the benefit of mankind. And now, behold, with the first imagination of danger, or, if you will, the first mighty and terrific trial of your courage, you shrink away, and are content to be handed down as men who had not strength enough to endure cold and peril; and so, poor souls, they were chilly and returned to their warm firesides. Why that requires not this preparation; ye need not have come thus far, and dragged your captain to the shame of a defeat, merely to prove yourselves cowards. Oh! be men, or be more than men. Be steady to your purposes and firm as a rock. This ice is not made of such stuff as your hearts may be; it is mutable and cannot withstand you if you say that it shall not. Do not return to your families with the stigma of disgrace marked on your brows. Return as heroes who have fought and conquered, and who know not what it is to turn their backs on the foe.

Mary Shelley
what-do-you-mean-what-do-you-demand-your-captain-are-you-then-easily-turned-from-your-design-did-you-not-call-this-glorious-expedition-and-wherefore-was-it-glorious-not-because-w
he-gestured-at-me-do-you-like-blanket-i-nodded-its-warm-i-made-it-well-actually-i-didnt-skin-animal-but-i-did-kill-it-after-others-pinned-it-down-its-werewolf-skin-my-heart-falte
Atticus adjusted his glasses as he peered down at the blanket. 'Hey, is that the book Nellie told us about?' Jake's eyes flicked to Olivia's book. 'You've got it outside in the sun? Are you out of your minds?' Amy crossed her arms. 'We're being careful.' 'It's not about careful, this is a five-hundred-year-old manuscript! You should be wearing gloves-Atticus brought some-and keeping it out of the sunlight.' 'It didn't take you long to start barking orders!' Any exclaimed, her face flushing. 'But then you always know best, don't you?' 'Somebody has to be mature in this situation, ' Jake said, his gaze flashing at Ian, who was now intently trying to brush cookie crumbs off his pants. 'True. In that case, we'd rather consult your little brother, ' Ian said with a smirk. 'Medieval manuscripts are his field, am I right?' 'Technically, it's early Renaissance, ' Jake said. 'Thanks for the correction, my good man. Amy is right-you do know best.' Ian slipped his arm around Amy. 'She's so perceptive. One of the many things I adore about her.' 'It's getting chilly. Why don't we go inside?' Amy suggested brightly as she tried to step out of the circle of Ian's arm. Ian took the opportunity to rub her shoulder. 'You do feel rather cold, ' he said. 'Let's sit by the fire. Jake, since you're so interested in proper handling, why don't you take the book?' Jake snatched up the book and furiously stomped off toward the house. 'You forgot to wear gloves!' Ian called after him. Amy pushed him away. 'Really, Ian.' 'What a touchy guy, ' Ian said. 'Frankly, I don't know what you see in him.' He winced as the kitchen door slammed, then glanced at Amy's red face. 'Hmmm. It might be a good time for me to take a walk.

Jude Watson
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On cool autumn nights, eels hurrying to the sea sometimes crawl for a mile or more across dewy meadows to reach streams that will carry them to salt water.' These are adult eels, silver eels, and this descent that slid down my mind in the fall from a long spring ascent the eels made years ago... sometimes as high as 8, 000 feet above sea level. There they lived without breeding 'for at least 8 years.' In the late summer of the year they reached maturity, they stopped eating, and their dark color vanished. They turned silver; now they are heading to the sea. Down streams to rivers, down rivers to the seas, south in the North Atlantic where they meet, they are returning to the Sargasso Sea, where, in floating sargassum weed in the deepest waters of the Atlantic, they will mate, release their eggs, and die. This, the whole story of eels at which I have just hinted, is extravagant to the extremes, and food for another kind of thought, a thought about the meaning of such wild, incomprehensible gestures. Imagine a chilly night and a meadow; balls of dew droop from the curved grass. All right: the grass at the edge of the meadow begins to tremble and sway. Here come the eels. The largest are five feet long. They stream into the meadow, sift between grasses, veer from your path. There are too many to count. All you see is a silver slither, like twisted ropes of water falling roughly... If I saw that sight, would I live? If I stumbled across it, would I ever set foot out of my door again? Or would I be seized to join that compelling rush, would I cease eating, and pale, and abandon all to start walking?

Annie Dillard
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