Frost-bitten

Frost`-bit´ten


p. a.1.Nipped, withered, or injured, by frost or freezing.
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The night which succeeded was intensely cold, so that one of the men was severely frost-bitten.
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.
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.
This island now--you remember the time, Brown, when it was laid out in small gardens, and cultivated by frost-bitten fags in February and March?
the first signs of mild frostbite - a burning sensation, tingling, redness of the skin, then numbness of the feet, fingers, ears, nose; soreness of the skin, its cyanotic shade, a violation of the sensitivity of frost-bitten areas indicate a deep lesion of the skin, subcutaneous tissue, and possibly ligaments, muscles and even bones; white spots that remain on the skin when you press a finger on it and disappear after 5-6 seconds.
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JUSTICE is blind and frost-bitten in Wind River, an impeccably crafted thriller set in snow-laden Wyoming, where the murder of a teenager sends a chill through a community riven by bigotry and fear.