frostier frostier


  1. (adj) devoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain
  2. (adj) covered with frost
  3. (adj) pleasantly cold and invigorating



  1. The latest film of faith, by the movie industry's other Church-going Catholic, Mel Gibson, has received a frostier, more fulminating response.
  2. It sounds like you had to become a frostier person to do this job.
  3. If that were any frostier, they'd have to speed skate to settle it.


  • Obama: Putin's Cold War stance chills ties

    Washington, District Of Columbia (AFP) Aug 10, 2013 President Barack Obama complained Friday that Russia had adopted a frostier stance towards the United States since Vladimir Putin's return to the Kremlin, but both camps insisted ties have not broken down. "I don't have a bad personal relationship with Putin," Obama told reporters at a White House press conference."When we have conversations ...
    on August 12, 2013     Source: Space War


  • ...reunion the year before -- wasn't interested in rejoining the duo: "It got frostier and colder. The reunion did not go well for Cheech, but Cheech is no longer Cheech, he's Richard and a spokesman for the Latino community. He's far above...
    on Jan 28, 2009 By: Tommy Chong Source: The Plain Dealer -

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