frigid : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s sexually unresponsive
a frigid woman
- s extremely cold
a frigid day
- s devoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain
a frigid greeting
- By midweek a huge mass of frigid arctic air had practically paralyzed much of the Midwest and East.
- Some of the less frigid still needed debasement to achieve satisfaction: "I can only be excited by a man who despises me.
- Within minutes after US Airways flight 1549 landed in the frigid waters of the Hudson River, rescue boats were on the scene.
News & Articles
- Summer construction season leads off with stops, slow downs
Special to the Daily/David Gidley Heavy construction continues on the Interstate 70 Twin Tunnels widening project over the holidays even when frigid temperatures hovered near zero as seen here recently just east of Idaho Springs.
June 12, 2013 - Summit Daily News
- BKHS trap team news
This year’s trap team members have excelled. With the unpredictable spring we had, practice time was very limited. Four tournaments were cancelled due to weather. Shooters competed in frigid weather on April 13 and did not get to compete again until May 6.
June 12, 2013 - The Belmond Independent
- Marine unit cops rescue 2 kayakers, guy who jumped off cruise ship
Police rescued two capsized kayakers from the frigid waters of Lake Michigan on Sunday afternoon. The men had been in the water for about 15 minutes when police, responding to a 911 caller who spotted the men from land, plucked them from the water a quarter mile off Foster Avenue Beach at 3 p.m., said police marine unit Officer Mark Flechsig. Lake Michigan water temperatures hovered around 55 ...
June 10, 2013 - Chicago Sun-Times
- Jimmy Carter in Ninemsn
Carter said the interrogation methods cited by the Times, including "head-slapping, simulated drowning and frigid temperatures," constitute torture "if you use the international norms of torture as has always been honoured - certainly in the...
- Bill Keller in 940 News
Bill Keller, executive editor of The New York Times, said its correspondent, Barry Bearak, was being held "in a frigid cell without shoes, warm clothing or blankets."
- Stephen Harper in Globe and Mail
When it launches for the first time into the frigid Canadian waters, the Diefenbreaker, as it is almost certain to be nicknamed, will be a crowning achievement for our country,Mr. Harper said.