colder than... adj.
see also under cold as... adj.
(US) extremely cold.
|On the Waterfront (1964) 138: It was winter time an’ the water was colder than a nun’s — well, I mean it was ice water.|
|Semi-Tough 52: It can also get colder than a nun’s ass.|
|(con. 1970s) King Suckerman (1998) 39: It was colder than a nun’s snatch in there.|
(US) very cold.
|Battle Cry (1964) 68: Colder than a welldigger’s butt out here.|
|Last Toke 219: Richie shivered, pulled his collar tight at his throat. ‘Colder ’n a well-digger’s ass!’.|
|Frank Sinatra in a Blender [ebook] It was colder than a well digger’s ass in January.|
1. of weather, very cold.
|(con. 1939–45) Maybe I’m Dead 95: It’s – that wind. It’s colder than a witch’s tit.|
|Last Detail 41: It’s colder than a witch’s tit out.|
|Jones Men 163: It’s colder’n a witch’s titty in a hailstorm.|
|Fort Apache, The Bronx 160: It was colder than a witch’s tit. The wind stabbed through his coat.|
|Nature Girl 201: That goddam river is colder than a witch’s titty.|
2. of emotions, very unfriendly.
|DSUE (8th edn) 238/2: later C.20.|
3. sexually frigid.
|All Night Stand 27: It’s all lies, they are all colder than witches’ tits.|
see cold as Kelsey’s nuts under Kelsey’s nuts n.