frigidity[ fri-jid-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF frigidity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRIGIDITY
To no end did Barrington exert himself to conceal or counteract this frigidity.
At the house is formality and frigidity; at the home is ease and enjoyment.
But "the frigidity of the modern productions" was "inherent."
His frigidity froze most people if he chose; and avoidance was not difficult.
Moonlight, therefore, frequently involves the idea of frigidity.
Frigidity had settled, and hostility had been arrested only by indifference.
Most of the other kinds of frigidity, however, can be cured.
Julien was rewarded for the frigidity which he put into those words.
But I hate the frigidity of the style in which I am forced to address him.
The lady's manner was a happy mixture of frigidity and crossness.