frozen

All Adjective Verb Noun
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  • They also may be frozen for up to one year without a loss in quality.
  • The police have found a body, frozen from the inside out and his mouth wide open.
  • The valley was formed at the end of the last ice age when the ground was frozen.
  • A group of ten birds were observed trying to break open ice on a frozen lake.
  • Being nearly fresh, the gulf is frozen over five months every year.
  • However, this progress was short-lived, and the union is now frozen.
  • It is frozen most of the time, though generally clear in August and September.
  • At a certain date, no more changes should be allowed to the system and the code should be frozen.
  • The lake is at least partially frozen during an average of eight months of the year.
  • The frozen state of the world explains why he has always found the new world to be so cold.
  • It may subsequently become frozen into pack ice (one form of sea ice).
  • The ground was frozen, the men had no shelter and had little food for weeks.
  • Most local fish is purchased soon after it is caught, while frozen fish is generally imported.
  • The river is generally frozen during the winter months.
  • This chemical process continues during frozen storage, though more slowly at lower temperature.
  • Cultivated land may only be walked on when it is frozen and covered in snow.
  • For the best chance of success, keep a wide variety of frozen foods on hand.
  • In the northern areas of the range, it is very much still frozen due to continued cold temperatures.
  • Boudin is usually made daily as it does not keep well for very long, even when frozen.
  • The rule says the animal must be dead (frozen) then given to the animal to eat.
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Root form of frozen is freeze for the verb.

Meaning of frozen

  • verb Stop moving or become immobilized
    When he saw the police car he froze
  • verb Change to ice
    The water in the bowl froze
  • verb Be cold
    I could freeze to death in this office when the air conditioning is turned on
  • verb Cause to freeze
    Freeze the leftover food
  • verb Stop a process or a habit by imposing a freeze on it
    Suspend the aid to the war-torn country
  • verb Be very cold, below the freezing point
    It is freezing in Kalamazoo
  • verb Change from a liquid to a solid when cold
    Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit
  • verb Prohibit the conversion or use of (assets)
    Blocked funds, Freeze the assets of this hostile government
  • verb Anesthetize by cold
  • verb Suddenly behave coldly and formally
    She froze when she saw her ex-husband
  • adjective Turned into ice; affected by freezing or by long and severe cold
    the frozen North, frozen pipes, children skating on a frozen brook