The sensation resulting from exposure to low temperatures.(noun)
Limited enthusiasm or affection; coolness.(noun)
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Use "coldness" in a sentence
"But perhaps, because he was essentially simple, he would have fitted in well enough if he had been less ready to voice his grievances and ruffle the calm which she so carefully preserved, which he called coldness and for which he reproached her often."
"One day he even reproached Therese with what he termed her coldness for Laurent."
"There can be such inhumane coldness from the corporate powers … There are stories and I have personally witnessed where an employee is written up if missing work for an emergency such as a child being rushed to the hospital."