frosty

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FROSTY

Until now, during every clear night the air had been frosty.

When she came in her cheeks were glowing from her run in the frosty air.

Rosie had lifted her frosty face in a smile of welcome, but Amelia did not see it.

And even as they eased him down upon the blankets his snores were rising on the frosty air.

"That would be unfortunate," he said, with his frosty smile.

"Not too fast, Your Highness," interrupted the Professor with his frosty smile.

After Lady day, when potatoes are getting old and specked, and also in frosty weather, this is the best way of dressing them.

In that melancholy place the sight of him was like a fire on a frosty night.

Take my hand, Rotha; you might slip on the frosty road in darkness like this.

The next morning a bright sun shone on the frosty landscape.

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