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- v. Present participle of frostbite.
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Adult sailing instruction, basic seamanship courses at the high school, captain's certification courses, a rowing club, "frostbiting" (winter racing in small sailboats), and an off-season lecture series at the Black Dog Tavern are all programs and events offered to Islanders for free or at minimal cost.
This time the frostbiting of early frog spawn was raised and the fact that, unusually, both adult frogs and toads were on the move at the same time.
And her special talents—conjuring blizzards as battle offense and frostbiting enemy armies—had been relegated to the past.
Cleveland ended last season by winning its final four games, which were all played in frigid, frostbiting conditions.
The iPod is always a tricky thing to manipulate in this chapping, frostbiting weather.
Is that Tillerman actually getting something right on Day 1 of the Newport Laser frostbiting season?