frozen

[ froh-zuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF frozen

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FROZEN

She was speechless; her raised hand did not fall; it was as if she were frozen where she stood.

The river was frozen, and the grass was white with hoar-frost.

If the fish is frozen, it should first be thawed in cold water.

Our vessels were moored about the harbour, and we were all frozen in, as a matter of course.

The ground is frozen hard; we stub our toes on the frozen ruts in the road.

The roads were frozen hard, and shone like silver in the ruts.

The man continued to look across the frozen fields with a frown.

The air of Berlin was cool and the excess of vapor had been frozen out of it.

I sat down, cold as it was, on the frozen hillock, and buried my face in my hands.

All the wastage of meat, such as the frozen chips, belonged to the dog that found it.

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