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  • v. Simple past of frostbite.

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Examples

  • When they returned from the snowy climes of Iowa, they explained to the class that they had to change their socks four times because no matter how wet or frostbit they got, they were compelled to spread the gospel of Obama.

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  • For a full generation, the story said, the Baozites laid siege to Icewall Castle, winning nothing but frostbit death for their troubles.

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  • And nobody likes frostbit air sacs, so these grouse were wandering off into the sage.

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  • At about the same time, the May Party died like a frostbit bud, leaving just the tree, its rheumatic limbs getting too heavy for it, and a list of queens dating back to the 1840s.

    Dream State

  • Da dansing wil warm yu up unles yu getz frostbit b4 den. nity, naow, ebreebuddeez.

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  • Played that while camping so much one fall in the Berkshires that I nearly got frostbit from sitting in one place.

    Grognards

  • Yeah, she's fine-except for being stubborn as a frostbit fireplug.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • It wasn't just the way you kept up their pay; after the way you went around digging the men out of collapsed tents and making sure none of 'em was hurt or frostbit, there isn't one of 'em that wouldn't serve you for nothing.

    Storm Rising

  • It all came about with me bein 'in such a hurry like to finish a job I'd to do, that I put off rubbin' my hands with snow, as is the right thing to do, remember, if so be as you boys ever get frostbit.

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  • "We couldn't pull enough o 'that frostbit ole grass in the yard to feed him," Penrod said gloomily.

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