frostiness

[ fraw-stee, fros-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF frostiness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FROSTINESS

It was very chilly, and they had brought along no wraps to protect them from the frostiness of the upper air.

The air, which was very still, had a frostiness to it that nipped Juhani's nose and face.

Pray think of me as a young person of sobriety; collected, discreet, cold to frostiness.

Even the color due to the frostiness of the outdoor air was replaced by an angry pallor.

Perez led him on with compliments, thawing away his frostiness gradually with Jan's admiration for the guitar of M. La Branche.

Owing to these circumstances, Delaherche at last began to lay aside his frostiness of manner.

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