Etymology
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acold (adj.)

early 14c.; see a- (1), here perhaps intensive + cold (adj.). Or it might be literally "a-cooled," from the past participle of the verb acool "to take cold" (late Old English); "to make cold" (15c.).

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Definitions of acold

acold (adj.)
of persons; feeling cold; "Poor Tom's acold"- Shakespeare;
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