frost

[ frawst, frost ]SEE DEFINITION OF frost

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FROST

The winter has been trying; there is rain one day, frost the next.

"You will find that you are up against a hell of a frost," she would declare, brutally.

At length the frost and snow really did come, and the Chickadees were in a woeful case.

The tents that had whitened the plain were gone like a frost before the sun.

That is why we feel that expensive Arctic feasts would probably be a frost.

In one corner a huge engine, covered with frost, gave off a chill greeting.

That evening Mrs. Frost made a particular request for music.

"Nancy has not been happy for some time, Dan," said Mrs. Frost.

In return Dan repeated what he had learned about Nancy from Mrs. Frost.

Tom's next task was to try to explain to Mrs. Frost without alarming her.

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