- r without warmth or enthusiasm
- Britain's socialist New Statesman and Nation spoke so frigidly last week because it had just been left in the cold.
- The austere "Jix" frigidly made clear in his reply that Russell has been informed that he may land in England upon promising not to enter the Irish Free State, where he is .
- Instead he left the floor and did not return until the end of a long, frigidly polite, painstaking speech by Senator Walsh who, with maps hung on the Senate walls to make it .
- Ayaan Hirsi Ali in AFP
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.