Definition for "frozen"
Sentence for "frozen"
Quotes for "frozen"
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Synonym for "frozen"
Phrases for "frozen"
Rhyme for "frozen"
Equivalent for "frozen"
Verb Stem for "frozen"
Urban Dictionary for "frozen"
- last participle of frost.
- Past participle of freeze
- changed to, covered with, or in the middle of ice.
- Very cold: the frozen North.
- Preserved by freezing: frozen beef.
- Rendered immobile: frozen inside their songs with fear.
- Immobile, as from pain or irritation. Used of a joint: a frozen shoulder.
- Expressive of cool unfriendliness or disdain: a frozen look to their faces.
- Kept at a hard and fast degree: frozen rents.
- Impossible to withdraw, offer, or liquidate: frozen assets.
- In the condition of that which freezes; in ice type.
- in a situation such that deals aren't permitted.
- Congealed with cold; impacted by freezing.
- at the mercy of frost, or to long and extreme cool; chilly
- Cold-hearted; unsympathetic; unyielding.
- converted into ice; impacted by freezing or by long and severe cold
- not convertible to cash
- not capable of becoming altered or moved or undone; e.g.
- not thawed
- positively nonetheless
- without heat and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain
- (used of meals) preserved by freezing adequately quickly to retain flavor and vitamins and minerals
- Congealed by cold; became or covered with ice.
- Cold; frosty; frigid; at the mercy of severe frost: because, the frozen climates of the north.
- Chill or cold in manner; void of sympathy; wanting in feeling or interest; chilling.
- Void of normal temperature or vigor; numbed; for this reason, void of passion or feeling.