frigid

All Adjective Noun
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  • A frigid night allowed them to walk from the island the next morning.
  • How much heat it seemed to take that night to warm that frigid air! Cited from Buffalo Roost, by F. H. Cheley
  • Is the love of such a frigid heart of more worth than its belief? Cited from The Complete Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • During her marriage she had been entirely frigid with respect to the sexual act. Cited from The Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Volume 10
  • Your frigid soul can never win the death I gave him. Cited from Toward the Gulf, by Edgar Lee Masters
  • A frigid smile fled over his face, and for some time he appeared lost in thought. Cited from Beulah, by Augusta J. Evans
  • In the more frigid parts of the Empire it was used during cold seasons.
  • Not myself, but some strange and frigid force within me uttered those words. Cited from Sacred And Profane Love , by E. Arnold Bennett
  • Roads need to be constructed for the hot summer months, as well as the frigid winter months.
  • He threw it down, and with another frigid bow he made for the door. Cited from Round The Red Lamp, By Arthur Conan Doyle
  • She read and re-read the letter, yet could gather nothing from its frigid, affected style. Cited from Sanine, by Michael Artzibashef
  • If he had struck a false note, he knew that she would have turned frigid in an instant. Cited from The Ne'er-Do-Well, by Rex Beach
  • What, it is asked, could be more frigid than the poetry of Pope? Cited from Landmarks in French Literature, by Giles Lytton Strachey
  • Then she advanced quite boldly and held out a frigid hand, which he took carefully. Cited from The Prodigal Judge, by Vaughan Kester
  • Will you please tell me why the house is frigid? Cited from Plays by Susan Glaspell
  • Occasionally the boys met one another, but beyond rather frigid greetings little was said. Cited from The Outdoor Girls in a Winter Camp, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Finally, they walked for miles in the frigid night air.
  • But it would have been impossible to hear it and grow frigid. Cited from Gunman's Reckoning, by Max Brand
  • Miserable man whose love rises by degrees upon the frigid morning of his mind! Cited from Henrietta Temple, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • Had he had evil designs, would he have treated her with such frigid ceremony when he had her in his power? Cited from Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists, by Washington Irving
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