arctic

[ ahrk-tik or especially for 7, ahr-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF arctic

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That is why we feel that expensive Arctic feasts would probably be a frost.

You have them say that things are hot in the pan and you have to have drinks with names like arctic and all like that.

These seal-creatures, strange seed of the Arctic ice, had trapped the Peary all too well.

It was about Arctic exploration and an expedition he had joined in search of Franklin.

But what temperature has been reached above the Arctic Circle?

Duffel or Arctic clothing was served out to both officers and men.

The thought touched her with an arctic sense of cold and desolation.

Nearctic: temperate and arctic North America, including Greenland.

It minds me of the howl of a wolf-dog under the Arctic stars.

He's going to live on deck to inure himself to the rigours of the Arctic climate.

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