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English adjective: frozen

1. frozen turned into ice; affected by freezing or by long and severe cold


SamplesThe frozen North.
Frozen pipes.
Children skating on a frozen brook.


Similarfrost-bound, frostbitten, glaciated, ice-clogged, icebound, icy, sleety, unthawed


See alsocold, unmelted


Antonymsunfrozen

2. frozen absolutely still


SamplesFrozen with horror.
They stood rooted in astonishment.


Synonymsrooted, stock-still


Similarnonmoving, unmoving


Antonymsmoving

3. frozen devoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain


SamplesA frigid greeting.
Got a frosty reception.
A frozen look on their faces.
A glacial handshake.
Icy stare.
Wintry smile.


Synonymsfrigid, frosty, glacial, icy, wintry


Similarcold


Antonymshot

4. frozen not thawed


Similarunmelted


Antonymsliquified, melted, liquid

5. frozen (used of foods) preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value


SamplesFrozen foods.


Synonymsflash-frozen, quick-frozen


Similarpreserved


Antonymsfresh

6. frozen not convertible to cash


SamplesFrozen assets.


Similarnondisposable


Antonymsdisposable

7. frozen incapable of being changed or moved or undone; e.g.


SamplesFrozen prices.
Living on fixed incomes.


Synonymsfixed


Similarunchangeable


Antonymschangeful, changeable









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