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  • v. Present participle of defrost.


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  • It was a fun time, especially since I am 'defrosting' and have started to get used to the heat a little more.

    Jounen Kweyol

  • I really wanted to order it from Exotic Meats, but they don’t have storage facilities and the idea of defrosting a fifty pound pig in my bathtub sounded, uh, less than appealing.

    2nd Annual Pig Roast Preparations « I HEART BACON

  • The Pepsi_Poodle is in the garage right now 'defrosting' from being out in the snow and is not very happy about it.

    Wired Campus

  • Meanwhile one boxer's mother – pungently scripted – pretends to be defrosting the fridge so that she can hide her own melting into tears.

    Hamlet; Passion; Beautiful Burnout; Wanderlust

  • (No defrosting - no tapioca, fruit is still nicely firm and hasn't boiled over.)


  • So, start defrosting early by carrying a burst of candied orange, hydrangea blue, deep green or acid yellow in rich, scaly texture.

    Color Me Happy

  • Food is the punctuation of life, a commercial break between those bothersome segments of work or play that require the use of our hands, thus prohibiting their availability for unwrapping, unpeeling, or defrosting.

    Autumn Means Soup

  • But you may say, what about the enormous cost of freezing them and the subsequent defrosting?

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • Some dishes took almost an hour to heat in the oven; one required defrosting throughout the day.

    There's a Stuffed Quail in the Mail

  • The defrosting sodden soil is teeming, churning with every creepy crawly thing that ever slithered out of a swamp.

    Donna Henes: Spring Fever!


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