Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of unthaw.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And are working on unthawing him to create the avengers.

    Captain America Found in The Incredible Hulk Deleted Scene | /Film

  • I'm dictating the last of the spelling words and trying to place frozen bagels on a cookie sheet for unthawing.

    Riding the Wave

  • How do you go about freezing and unthawing pizza dough anyway?

    bread without a timetable | smitten kitchen

  • "Yes, Inspector Carmichael was kind enough to inform me," Mummy said, not unthawing at all.

    Farthing

  • Month after month have I gazed on the white monotony of unthawing snow.

    Donahoe's Magazine, Volume 15, No. 2, February 1886

  • The Onion may have originated in Asia, and has become such a part of everyday diet and cooking because it wouldn't spoil in the winter, when freezing and unthawing food still wasn't an option.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • I practically guarantee that unthawing that state, then tweaking it afterwards (kill - HUP is your friend) will be faster than any staged booting or threaded booting could ever be.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • The bonds are rallying in part because the unthawing of the new issue market has given the riskiest companies the ability to refinance their debt, said MFC Global's Iles.

    Bloomberg

  • Hulk 'which suggests the green goliath may be responsible for unthawing Cap in modern times.

    Mania News Feed

  • As temperatures finally claw their way above freezing for a weekend warm-up that's expected to reach the mid and upper 40s for the next week, the unthawing means big business for many local companies.

    Boulder Daily Camera Most Viewed

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