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- (Scotland, transitive, intransitive, sometimes figuratively) To grow or make cold.
- Even the snowboarding accident that he had last year that left him bedbound for 2 weeks did not seem to colden his passion for this sport.
- 1899, John Buchan, Grey Weather: Moorland Tales of My Own People :
- The air had coldened and a light chill wind rose from the river.
Conjugation of colden (weak in -ed)
1Sometimes used as a formal 2nd-person singular.
- Alternative form of