Antonyms for froze

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


If the ice that froze up the spring of his love would but begin to melt!

I guess that hoss thinks he's goin' to be froze to the ground.

As soon as the Prairie-dog sat up with some food in his hand she froze into a statue.

Johnsons hands had hardy touched it before it froze immediately.

One winter, the ground was covered with snow, and it froze horribly.

He burst into a passion of weeping; as the tears fell they froze upon his face.

I know there's somethin' and I've froze to death by sections waitin' to hear it.

Don't you suppose I know I look as stiff and awkward as if I'd froze?

They've got too much of that stock to let themselves be froze out.

The smile with which he had been ready to greet Galeotto froze slightly at sight of me.