from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Frost or cold weather personified.
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- proper noun A
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- noun a personification of frost or winter weather
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I also grow a silver-leafed version of the common green-leaf brunnera called Jack Frost, which is particularly amazing-looking when its bright blue flowers are blooming, and a variety of spiderwort (Tradescantia) called Sweet Kate, whose own blue flowers stand out against its unusual bright yellow leaves instead of the typical green ones.
He takes the name Jack Frost, and joins up with King Mob and their other members, Ragged Robin, Lord Fanny and Boy.
Silver-leafed brunnera 'Jack Frost' is peeping out behind.
We have titles such as Jack Frost, but they are overshadowed by the several romance titles it seems.
In our English nursery-lore the frost is personified as a mischievous boy, "Jack Frost," to whose pranks its vagaries are due.
They spoke of cold as "Jack Frost," a real tangible foe, with whom they could combat and would master.
Silver accents can be found on Japanese painted fern, heartleaf brunnera cultivars such as Jack Frost, and many lungwort cultivars.
Dylan, producing himself under the name "Jack Frost," is surrounding himself with sweet choral voices and arrangements straight out of a 1960s middle-of-the-road or
The Guardians, it seems, are well known to us: Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, Jack Frost and others.
Numerous acid house survivors and hardcore veterans will be in attendance – Trevor Fung, Colin Dale, Kenny Ken, Jumpin' Jack Frost, and of course the inimitable Top Buzz – along with newer DJs such as Jackmaster and Slackk, whose sets typically join the dots between the old-school and the new.