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In my reporting for this column, I heard time and again that many cast members suffer from medical maladies like frostbite, parasites, vitamin deficiencies, or extreme fatigue.

If we haven’t got frostbite so far, we’ll surely be strong candidates in these bags.

As much as she loves downhill skiing, that simply wasn’t going to happen—hitting the slopes felt like we’d be risking frostbite to most of our toes.

Even if they fall off a cliff, you don’t know whether it was a consequence of impaired balance and cognitive function due to altitude illness, or perhaps a loss of coordination from frostbite.

Frozen toes at the bottom of your sleeping bag, the fear of frostbite looming in the back of your mind, and the ever-present possibility that you didn’t bring enough layers.

Many others who survived suffered severe frostbite and have had or soon will undergo amputations.

Let's hope he didn't get frostbite - here's the science of getting naked in antarctica.

They can also give you frostbite on your face or even kill you.

In a fall show dubbed "frostbite," Jenden sent cool, sleek concoctions down the runway.

This bone-chilling week, they are perhaps just a surer way to avoid frostbite.

Except for a touch of frostbite on his toes and fingers, Barrent was all right.

They had not been able to frostbite her yet because she had been too young; but they would get her presently.

The cold burned our cheeks a fierce brick-red, and a frostbite showed on them like a patch of white putty.

To expose flesh was to feel instantly the sharp sting that heralds frostbite.

The fun of snow-shoeing, mitigated by frostbite, quickly degenerated from a sport into a mere means of locomotion.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frostbite, such as: chill, snow, algidity, chilliness, coldness, and congelation.

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