cold (adj.) 1
chaste, modest, lacking sensual passion
Cym V.v.181 [Iachimo to Cymbeline, of Posthumus and Innogen] He spoke of her, as Dian had hot dreams, / And she alone were cold
Ham IV.vii.171 [Gertrude to Claudius and Laertes, of a flower] our cold maids do dead-men's fingers call them
MND I.i.73 [Theseus to Hermia, of a nun] Chanting faint hymns to the cold fruitless moon
TC IV.iv.26 [Troilus to Cressida, of the gods] More bright in zeal than the devotion which / Cold lips blow to their deities
Tem IV.i.55 [Ferdinand to Prospero] The white cold virgin snow upon my heart / Abates the ardour of my liver
TNK III.i.13 [Arcite alone] I, poor man, might eftsoons come between / And chop on some cold thought!
TNK V.i.137 [Emilia praying to Diana] O sacred, shadowy, cold, and constant queen
TNK V.i.93 [Palamon praying to Venus, of Diana] the huntress / All moist and cold