frostiness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  coldness as evidenced by frost
  • n  a silvery-white color

  • And the frostiness has little to do with the subfreezing Midwestern winter and everything to do with presidential politics.
  • The only thing seasonal about greetings between the ruling Liberal Party and its main, Conservative opposition has been the frostiness of the exchanges.
  • Jiang's visit is raising hopes of a reconciliation between the two geopolitical giants that will end eight years of official frostiness precipitated by China's 1989 bloody .
News & Articles

  • Study: Seattle is one of loneliest cities in U.S.
    Seattle has a rep for social frostiness, in which we don’t exactly embrace newcomers. But what’s the consequence of our so-called “Seattle freeze?” We’re apparently a bunch of lonely hearts. A new study found that Seattleites have some of the weakest social ties in the country, which is surely bad news right around the holidays. That’s according to a survey by health and wellness site Sharecare ...
    Nov. 27, 2013 -

  • Rob Burnett in Media Life Magazine
    Though the two comedians have been trading barbs for years and are set to go head to head again in just a few weeks, Burnett told, "There was no frostiness. We were focused on trying to execute the joke. It would have been a more taxing event...

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