Noun(1) ice crystals forming a white deposit (especially on objects outside(2) weather cold enough to cause freezing(3) the formation of frost or ice on a surface(4) United States poet famous for his lyrical poems on country life in New England (1874-1963
Verb(1) decorate with frosting(2) provide with a rough or speckled surface or appearance(3) cover with frost(4) damage by frost
(1) Always ensure that service pipes are at an adequate depth to prevent frost damage.(2) The soft and wet grass under her shoes crunched slightly, hardened by the morning frost .(3) We had set out reluctantly on a Friday evening at the end of a hard working week through a wintry countryside glittering with frost and wreathed in freezing mist.(4) Instead of the traditional baby cakes, try baking a batch of baby cupcakes which guests can frost and decorate.(5) Mustard greens, another Southern favorite, should be planted six to eight weeks before the first fall frost .(6) To frost glasses, dip glasses in cool water and place in freezer for five minutes.(7) there was a light frost of anger in Jack's tone(8) following two or three nights of hard frost, my garden is a wreck(9) A sharp frost crept into relations on June 8, the day the votes were counted in the Nice Treaty referendum and the British general election.(10) there will be a widespread frost tonight(11) In cooler areas, plant dill a week or two before your last hard frost .(12) There was frost on the ground and a flurry of snow in the air as I set off from the car park and along the footpaths winding through woodlands and close to a meander of the River Calder.(13) Similarly, an autumn frost which destroys leaves can interrupt the orderly build-up of reserves in the vine.(14) Row covers trap the warmth that radiates up from the earth much like the way that a cloud cover holds temperatures and prevents frost from forming.(15) Severe ground frost is possible at night, especially if the ground is dry.(16) Water vapor will condense directly on the surface to form frost .
(1) frost pattern :: corak fros
1. ice crystals ::
3. hoarfrost ::
4. freeze ::
5. icing ::
6. ice ::
1. hit ::
2. smash ::
3. success ::
4. winner ::
Different Formsfrost, frosted, frosting, frosts
Word Example from TV Shows
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Who doesn't believe in mighty Thor,
slayer of FROST and fire?
Vikings Season 1, Episode 8
Our people are used to fighting in the FROST.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 7
you lost a finger to the FROST.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4
To be honest, I don't always feel
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Can you hate yourself
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Hello. Hope I'm not too early.
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 17
Blue as FROST.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4
English to Malay Dictionary: frost
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