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  • adj. superlative form of frosty: most frosty.

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Examples

  • “Good morning, Mr. Masters,” she said in her frostiest voice.

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  • Dr Mary Bousted, the union's general secretary, said it was the frostiest reception she had seen an ATL audience give.

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  • Thick papardelle tossed with a hearty rabbit ragu can take the chill off the frostiest of November nights, while chilli-spiked spaghetti studded with plump briney clams is the very essence of an Italian summer's evening.

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  • He sighed, returned to the peephole, and addressed the man in his frostiest tones.

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  • Quite the frostiest day yet, but a good time had by all.

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  • More alcohol then, although I, too, lost what was left of my coffee by hooking up the duck with Angelina, frostiest cupcake this side of screendom.

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  • The passion these teens have for the works of J.K. Rowling is limitless, and amount of detail they recall, often years after reading the books would warm even the frostiest English teacher's heart.

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  • Damn, that's cold, even for the frostiest of icicles.

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  • Every description of Greek and Latin vegetable was got off the driest twigs of boys, under the frostiest circumstances.

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  • Her retirement for the night was always her frostiest ceremony, as if she felt it necessary that the human imagination should be chilled into stone to prevent its following her.

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