Acold



being cold or chilled.
Historical Examples

Husband in faith, and that acold; Ah well away, Joseph, as thou art old!
Everyman and Other Old Religious Plays, with an Introduction Anonymous

Here you shall light a fire, which those who watch will believe to be but the fire of a herdsman who is acold.
The Wizard H. Rider Haggard

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