With a strong physical or psychological unpleasant effect.(adjective)
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Use "bone-chilling" in a sentence
"His final words on John Locke were heartbreaking, bone-chilling, and illustrative of the cynical moral outlook this man sports."
"He's got the menacing physique and the even more bone-chilling voice required to scare any bail-skippers and debt-ridden lowlifes right out of hiding and directly into a prison cell."
"You will never find the supurb produce here you are used to in Northwest Washington but you will also not find the bone-chilling rain that those berries and lettuces and rutabagas and parsnips and divine potatoes and you name it love."