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It was very chilly, and they had brought along no wraps to protect them from the frostiness of the upper air.
She had been crying, but the tears had frozen to pearls on her cheeks, and filled her eyelashes with delicate frostiness.
THE GOLD BRICKANN S. STEPHENS
To Mrs. Blackwell's dismay, he raised one of the dining-room windows, admitting a pungent frostiness of October evening.
SHANDYGAFFCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
Even the color due to the frostiness of the outdoor air was replaced by an angry pallor.
PEGGY RAYMOND'S WAYHARRIET LUMMIS SMITH
The day was a sour November day—with the half-mist and half-frostiness that sometimes ushers in the Paris winter.
Owing to these circumstances, Delaherche at last began to lay aside his frostiness of manner.
THE DOWNFALLEMILE ZOLA
Pray think of me as a young person of sobriety; collected, discreet, cold to frostiness.
The air, which was very still, had a frostiness to it that nipped Juhani's nose and face.
OUR LITTLE FINNISH COUSINCLARA VOSTROVSKY WINLOW
"Very well," returned his lordship, with a sudden frostiness of manner.
AUNT RACHELDAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY
The professor gripped my hand, and his cool black eyes gazed into mine with a kind of friendly frostiness.

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