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A line outside Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville on Thursday stretched multiple blocks, with people reporting that they waited for more than two hours in frigid weather to get their vaccines.

After the frigid weather outside, it was a breath of pure summer.

Cold weather can lead to poor circulation, which can, in turn, lead to uselessly frigid hands and frozen fingers.

One 2012 study had volunteers dunk their hands and feet in frigid 46-degree water for half an hour daily for 15 days.

First, the researchers checked whether the frigid Martian soil could even get wet.

After a half-century of frigid relations, the U.S. and Cuba have agreed to a thaw as the result of 18 months of secret talks.

Russia is rapidly building up its military forces in the Arctic in an effort to secure its claims in the frigid region.

Famine and frigid temperatures ensued, and roughly 10 percent of the population died.

She never liked her mother—a frigid and inattentive woman—but adored her father.

In the frigid temperatures, demonstrators constructed barricades, built a massive tent city and occupied government buildings.

"Looks as if she didn't mean to introduce him to us," she remarked, with an attempt at frigid criticism.

No, I haven't the smallest desire to hold converse with the grave and frigid gentleman who mimics all my movements.

In all our churches and chapels there is sadly too much of this rigid isolation, this frigid “Don't know you” business.

Perhaps he has left England in the gloomy close of the autumn, or the frigid concentration of an English winter.

We shall do well not to linger in this too dark and frigid air.

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On this page you'll find 96 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frigid, such as: chilly, freezing, frosty, frozen, glacial, and ice-cold.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.