It can feel relatively warm, even in sub-zero temperatures, if the sky is clear and the sun is shining, while a higher temperature can feel relatively cool if accompanied by a biting cold wind.
Dorothy Parker wrote for the New Yorker and Vanity Fair magazines with a caustic pen, but her biting wit also had a mournful edge.
You have a biting wit and intense powers of observation.
So focused was he that he did not even notice the biting wind of the cold winter night.
The biting bugs spared him an attack along their traditional battle lines beyond the waistband but left their marks instead on both forearms.
Today, it is estimated that more than half the people of the world eat a variety of flying, crawling, and biting bugs.
I endured winter blizzards, biting gale force winds, pouring rain, fog, hailstones, and the energy-sapping humidity of midsummer.
Gouthwaite near the northern end, you can't see the cold, biting rain in this picture, but I assure you it was there.
His criticisms, though occasionally biting , were never vicious, and invariably constructive.
That's because attacks by swarms of these relentless biting flies cause blood loss, stress, and feed-efficiency problems.