Frost-bitten

Frost`-bit´ten


p. a.1.Nipped, withered, or injured, by frost or freezing.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The night which succeeded was intensely cold, so that one of the men was severely frost-bitten. In the course of the night, Mr.
When she at length started for home, she was benumbed with cold, and could hardly make her way against the wind that buffeted the frost-bitten rose most unmercifully.
But even watched pots will boil in the fulness of time, and finally Christmas day came, gray and dour and frost-bitten without, but full of revelry and rose-red mirth within.
It has a sweetish taste, much like that of a frost-bitten potato, and I found it better boiled than roasted.
The impression made by his aspect, so rigid and severe, and frost-bitten with more than autumnal age, was hardly in keeping with the appliances of worldly enjoyment wherewith he had evidently done his utmost to surround himself.
Your poor white nose, I am afraid, is actually frost-bitten. But we will make it all right.
Clifford, on several occasions, had seemed to enjoy the old man's intercourse, for the sake of his mellow, cheerful vein, which was like the sweet flavor of a frost-bitten apple, such as one picks up under the tree in December.
He was half grey and half flaxen, and he had the eyes of fever and a high-bridged, frost-bitten nose.
A FROST-BITTEN English-language remake of 2014 black comedy In Order Of Disappearance.
A FROST-BITTEN English-language remake of Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland's 2014 black comedy In Order Of Disappearance.
Cold Pursuit is a frost-bitten remake of Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland's 2014 black comedy In Order Of Disappearance.
Sadly, he doesn't task them with tidying up the jarring tonal shifts of Moland's frost-bitten picture.