frosted[ fraw-stid, fros-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF frosted
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FROSTED
You can bake the frosted cake and we'll have some of the other children in.
Here is another mystery asking for a glass of frosted chocolate.
He rested his hands on their shoulders, where their ebony fur was frosted with gray.
The female is black, while the male is frosted over with a whitish powder.
He was hungry and tired, and his frosted feet ached with every step.
He drank the frosted, pale-gold liquid of champagne as if it had been water.
In the moonlight it glistened like a palace of frosted silver.
A robin trilled its sweet, sad song to her from a frosted bough.
If the motto is made in white wax it should be frosted with diamond dust.
Stephen stepped up over the bank of frosted snow and looked in.
1640s of whitening hair; 1680s of glass; 1734 of sugar or icing, past participle adjective from frost.