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2. mainly, in the main, mostly, for the most part, on the whole, by and large, predominantly; in general, generally, as a rule, usually. chieftain, n. chief, sachem, commander. See chief (def. 2). child, n. 1. youth, youngster, youngling, young one, Archaic, childe; juvenile, adolescent, tyke, Inf. kid, Scot. and North Eng. bairn, Brit. Sl. chavey, Scot. wean; boy, little boy, lad, stripling, sprig, Scot. and North Eng. callant, Irish Eng. spalpeen, Irish Eng. gossoon, junior; girl, little girl, lass, lassie, Irish Eng. colleen, miss, Inf. missy, Inf. junior miss; puppy, cub, kitten, chit, chick, Inf. small fry, Inf. shaver; baby, infant, babe, It. bambino, cherub, innocent; tot, toddler, U.S. Inf. tad, tiny tot, preschooler.
2. descendant, offspring, progeny; scion, heir, heiress; son, daughter, chip off the old block. childbirth,
n. accouchement, confinement, lying-in, labor, travail; bearing, childbearing, delivery, childbed, Med. eutocia, Med. dystocia; parturition, partur-iency, pullulation; nativity, birth, genesis. childhood, n. infancy, babyhood, tender age; youth, boyhood, girlhood, adolescence, puberty; juvenility, juvenescence, puerility, growing up; teens, school days, pupilage, flower of youth, springtime of life, dayspring of life; minority, nonage, juniority, immaturity. childish, adj. 1. infantile, childlike, Rare, childly, babyish, infantine, Inf. kiddish; boyish, girlish, youthful, young, juvenile, juvenescent, puerile, adolescent.
2. immature, undeveloped, unfledged, unfeathered, jejune; budding, tender, soft, unripe, delicate; inexperienced, green, tyronic, sophomoric, callow, unsophisticated, unwise; awkward, clumsy, inexpert.
3. silly, foolish, asinine, foolheaded; stupid,
Inf. dumb, Inf. dopey, unintelligent; idiotic, imbecilic, inane, Inf. moronic; absurd, nonsensical, senseless, crackbrained; witless, halfwitted, Sl. dimwitted. childlike, adj. 1. infantile, babyish; boyish, girlish. See childish (def. 1).
2. ingenuous, open, guileless, genuine, artless; sincere, honest, undeceptive, unfeigning, undissembling; natural, unassuming, unpretending; trusting, unsuspicious, unwary, unsuspecting; credulous, gullible, believing; frank, candid, forthright, straightforward; naive, simple, innocent, unsophisticated, unworldly; green, raw, wet behind the ears, born yesterday.
chill,
n. 1. cold, coldness, frigidity, gelidity, algid ity, iciness; glaciation, Physics, regelation; briskness, chilliness, coolness; bitterness, rawness, bleakness; shivers, numbness, Pathol, algor.
2. influenza, flu, grippe,
Inf. bug; fever, ague, cold, catarrh, rheum; cough, whooping cough, chin-cough, pertussis, bronchitis.
-adj.
3. cold, frigid, icy, algid, gelid, freezing, ice-cold; nippy, cool, chilly, draughty, breezy; biting, bitter, nipping, brisk, sharp, snappy, penetrating, stinging; numbing, chilling, piercing, zippy; frosty, wintry, brumal, snowy, hibernal, hoary; glacial, arctic, hyperborean, Siberian, sunless, polar.
4. shivering, chattering, quivering, shaking; numbed, benumbed, frostbitten, frozen stiff, frost-nipped, chilled to the marrow
or bone.
5. indifferent, aloof, apathetic, unconcerned, disinterested, incurious; unresponsive, unsympathetic, uncaring, unemotional, impassive; passionless, spiritless, unfeeling, inanimate, insensitive, cold-blooded; impervious, untouched, inured, unmoved, indurate; callous, hardened, obdurate, thickskinned.
6. unfriendly, unsociable, unwelcome, uninviting, standoffish,
Inf. offish.

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