But the stone cold fact is his children still love him, just as much as they love their mother.
So there she sat like stone—cold, and silent, and wan, as the effigy she watched.
Our carte du jour for supper was a duplicate of the dinner, only it was stone cold.
Sometimes she said a vague, sad little thing that brought her mother's heart, stone cold, to her mouth.
The room—in fact the whole of Sardinia—was stone cold, stone, stone cold.
The fire had been lit; but it had long ago burnt out, and the ashes were stone cold.
Should a duck forsake its nest, place the eggs under a good hen as quickly as possible, even if they are stone cold.
But it was an iniquity that was as nearly as possible perpetrated: he had Bobby, as a matter of fact, stone cold.
And there, laid out on the marble floor of the court, dead and stone cold, were her three children.
As we slowly moved out over the plain, we found it was cold; in an hour the foot-warmers, not hot to start with, were stone cold.