acold

[uh-kohld]
adjective Archaic.
being cold or chilled.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English acolde, Old English ācolod, past participle of ācōlian to grow cold. See a-3, cool, -ed2

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acold

adjective
of persons; feeling cold; "Poor Tom's acold"- Shakespeare 
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Example sentences
Tandem paving should be considered if avoidance of acold longitudinal joint is
  intended.
These samples were then completely immobilized using acold chamber to allow for
  ease in counting the samples by hand.
Degradation by adsorbed gas layers on acold electrode surface, eg incase of a
  leak, can be dangerous and must be controlled.
These products need acold chain for their storage and distribution.
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