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It was to save these devoted servants, that the spring of 1851 saw full 500 British and American seamen within the frigid zone.

Grave and frigid, but inwardly warmhearted and passionate, O'Brien had little aptitude for rebellion.

The Glories of IrelandEdited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox

I remember Mrs. Deacon Ranney and her frigid companions very distinctly.

Blasts of frigid wind swept the streets, and buffeted each other in a fury of resentment when they met around the corners.

Literature and LifeWilliam Dean Howells

She has been successful in hiding from her husband her abnormality, he simply considering her frigid.

WomanWilliam J. Robinson

Not unfrequently have we been told by frigid critics of the inferior character of Whitefield's printed sermons.

George WhitefieldJoseph Belcher

There was a sneer on Slades lips and his frigid eyes filled her with a vague dread.

The Gray PhantomHerman Landon

They feel their urgent need of its warmth in their stiffening, frigid lives.

PrisonersMary Cholmondeley

Only once the frigid stillness was broken by the opening of a door and steps along the corridor.

But the chief distinction is that one is tepid, the other frigid as ice.

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