- From Middle English, past participle of fresen ("to freeze"), from Old English frēosan. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English, past participle of fresen, to freeze, from Old English frēosan; see freeze. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“If you George Soros Al-Qaeda loving loons were in charge I would fear frore my nation and party.”
“A thousand visages Then mark'd I, which the keen and eager cold Had shaped into a doggish grin, whence creeps A shivering horror oter me, at the thought Of those frore shallows.”
“Here the “parching air Burns frore, and cold performs the effect of fire”:”
“High and clear through the frore fair night, the level moonbeams splintering in the wood, the scarce glints of stars in the shadowy roof of branches, these sacred anthems rose, -- rose as a hope from despair, as some snowy spray of flower-bells from blackest mould.”
“Or some frore  Caspian reed-bed, southward bound”
“Or some frore [177-8] Caspian reed bed, southward bound”
“The time was early August; but nevertheless there was a tang of frost in the air and the river seemed to flow not water but a thick frore fog.”
“April air came up sweet and frore from the watermeadows of the Cherwell close at hand.”
“Burns frore, and cold performs th effect of fire.”
“Her beauty was as still sunsets of bitter evenings when all the world is frore, a wonder and a chill.”
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