frigidly frigidly


  • (adv) without warmth or enthusiasm


  1. Nettled, His Excellency marched to his seat, stood frigidly awaiting some apology or amend from Pianist Paderewski who, just then, walked upon the stage.
  2. After astonishment had worn off, the capital received the conference news frigidly.



  • "In the West, people are frigidly stuck in an attitude of self-doubt," fearful of Muslim radicals but also worried of being seen as anti-Muslim and thus betraying their own liberal traditions, Hirsi Ali said.
    on Jan 24, 2010 By: Ayaan Hirsi Ali Source: AFP

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