chilitis chi·li·tis (kī-lī’tĭs)
Variant of cheilitis.
[chil-ee vair-dee, -dey, vur-; Spanish chee-lee ber-th e] /ˈtʃɪl i ˈvɛər di, -deɪ, ˈvɜr-; Spanish ˈtʃi li ˈbɛr ðɛ/ noun, Southwest Cookery. 1. a stew of beef or pork, or both, flavored with hot green peppers.
[chil-kat] /ˈtʃɪl kæt/ noun, plural Chilkats (especially collectively) Chilkat. 1. a member of an Indian people of the Pacific coastal area of southeastern Alaska belonging to the Tlingit group of Indians.
[chil-koot] /ˈtʃɪl kut/ noun 1. a mountain pass on the boundary between SE Alaska and British Columbia, Canada, in the Coast Range. About 3500 feet (1065 meters) high. /ˈtʃɪlkuːt/ noun 1. a mountain pass in North America between SE Alaska and NW British Columbia, over the Coast Range
[chil] /tʃɪl/ noun 1. coldness, especially a moderate but uncomfortably penetrating coldness: the chill of evening. 2. a sensation of cold, usually with shivering: She felt a slight chill from the open window. 3. a feeling of sudden fear, anxiety, or alarm. 4. sudden coldness of the body, as during the cold stage of an […]