from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense of freeze.
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- v. Simple past of freeze.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of freeze.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit of freeze.
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“They look like—” His expression froze and he looked from Caitlyn to MacLean, then back to the map upon the table.
Her expression froze into a kind of stiffness when she found herself looking into the almond-shaped eyes of Rachel Goldman.
Her expression froze, first with a glimmer of delight and then quickly with a look of annoyance.
My brain froze, the shrill of cicada faded, and my senses vanished.
All the moshers froze is their starting positions, kinda looked around and then turned to face the band.
Her expression froze, and with it the wind came to a sudden, dead halt.
Till this moment I had listened with living joy — I had answered with gleeful quickness; a name froze me; three words struck me mute.
His expression froze and his mouth dropped open a little.
The menace in her expression froze him in his tracks.
The young man's eyes widened, his expression froze, and he backed away from the Herald step by forced step.
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