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adjective as in frozen

adjective as in milky

adjective as in pearly

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The options of yesteryear often used fluorescent bulbs beneath a frosted glass cover.

Its new desktop environment makes heavy use of translucent window dressing with rounded corners, an effect that brings to mind panes of frosted glass.

Follow its frosted trail back a few decades and you’ll find a family recipe lovingly tweaked to perfection by Nick Frei, co-owner of Dutchman’s Market with his wife, Liisa.

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As we face the heart of winter, the posters on display are framed by frosted windows.

Snow-frosted Tidal Basin scenes from Sunday morningAs for storm timing, we accurately predicted the pause in the snow that occurred Sunday night before the storm’s second phase, which we knew would be the most challenging to get right.

Civilians left flowers as well as a tiny frosted Christmas tree that had two red ornaments.

The images include a Firestone tire, a frosted cake, a nuclear cloud, and a little girl beneath a hair dryer.

When I got home I would eat Toaster Strudels and ice cream and Frosted Flakes in bed.

From outside, and through the frosted windows of the lodge, I thought I heard rumbles and bright flashes.

So every bottle of rowanberry schnaps you see began with thousands of hand-harvest, just-frosted rowanberries.

Then he got out of the car, walked to the office which was partitioned off from the rest of the floor by means of frosted glass.

But the ray had shone upon the frosted glass long enough to enable Kerry to read the words painted there in square black letters.

It requires only a short time of rubbing to produce a beautiful frosted surface on the glass.

The metal is annealed and polished with fine emery cloth, which is given a circular motion to produce a frosted effect.

She disengaged her arm and declined tea and little frosted cakes.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frosted, such as: chilled, frigid, ice-cold, iced, icy, and numb.

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