freeze[ freez ]SEE DEFINITION OF freeze
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREEZE
Wagon-tracks along the road were filled with water and had begun to freeze.
Content to starve, content to freeze, if only he need not be carried into captivity.
Put him in a car of dressed beef and he'd freeze it between here and Spokane.
"But it never has been cold enough to freeze your tail off," said the Prince, consolingly.
He laughed—a low laugh that seemed to freeze the air around him.
That accomplished, the earth might freeze over her for ever.
To do this he must walk the whole night through, let it rain or snow or freeze.
At that heartless sound all the soul in Paul Ritson seemed to freeze.
Besides, you'd freeze up there, if the smell of moth-balls didn't choke you first.
But the quality of the imagination is to flow, and not to freeze.