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noun as in extreme cold

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Frost and Central Florida finished 13-0 and mastered Auburn in a New Year’s Six game.

Lows range through the 30s with frost likely in our colder suburbs.

Low temperatures dip into the mid- to upper 30s, but thanks to the well-stirred atmosphere, we shouldn’t have widespread frosts or freezes.

The top Brexit negotiators — for the EU, Michel Barnier, and for the UK, David Frost — said they would talk early next week, though Frost told Barnier not to come to London unless the EU has a new plan, according to the Guardian.

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The category is projected to be worth $50 billion by 2025, according to Frost and Sullivan, a marketing consulting firm.

The lyrical declamation has inspired luminaries ranging from Kurt Vonnegut to Robert Frost.

And, eventually, who repented – famously on television during a remarkable series of interviews with David Frost.

You'd put a scarf across your nose and mouth and when you breathed through it, it would get all white with frost.

Whereas Lane Frost more or less lived the life that embodied the ideal.

In 1987, Lane Frost won the championship of bullriding, and won the biggest buckle you can win.

In these archipelagos the waters being shallow, the frost was quite intense enough to cool them to the bottom.

He shall pour frost as salt upon the earth: and when it freezeth, it shall become like the tops of thistles.

Moreover, though a land of frost, it is very windy, the wind being nearly always a cold one.

The day had been intensely cold, with a biting north-east wind and black frost.

Before morning old Jack Frost snapped his fingers and the whole world was encased in ice.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frost, such as: blight, dip, drop, freeze, hoarfrost, and ice.

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