Crossword clues for acold
The Collaborative International Dictionary
p. p. of OE. acolen to grow cold or cool, AS. [=a]c[=o]lian to grow cold; pref. a- (cf. Goth. er-, orig. meaning out) + c[=o]lian to cool. See Cool.] Cold. [Obs.] ``Poor Tom's acold.''
a. (context obsolete English) Of a person, feeling cold.
adj. of persons; feeling cold; "Poor Tom's acold"- Shakespeare
Usage examples of "acold".
Or at the ghostliest altitudes of night, While you lay wondering and acold, Your sense was fearfully purged.