hoarfrost :

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  • n  ice crystals forming a white deposit (especially on objects outside)

  • Heavy hoarfrost formed each night; and in the morning the dead in the streets glittered.
  • All of them see white patches at the planet's poles, which they accept as thin layers of ice or hoarfrost.
  • For a moment, his imagination took flight, as the audience listened nervously: "Recently I was watching the sun rise on a forest covered in hoarfrost.
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