from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • v. Past tense of freeze.

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  • v. Simple past of freeze.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • imp. of freeze.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Preterit of freeze.


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  • “They look like—” His expression froze and he looked from Caitlyn to MacLean, then back to the map upon the table.

    The Laird Who Loved Me

  • Her expression froze into a kind of stiffness when she found herself looking into the almond-shaped eyes of Rachel Goldman.

    Silver Wings, Santiago Blue

  • Her expression froze, first with a glimmer of delight and then quickly with a look of annoyance.

    Unfinished Symphony

  • My brain froze, the shrill of cicada faded, and my senses vanished.

    Osamu Shimomura - Autobiography

  • All the moshers froze is their starting positions, kinda looked around and then turned to face the band.

    Archive 2004-03-01

  • Her expression froze, and with it the wind came to a sudden, dead halt.

    Dead Beat

  • Till this moment I had listened with living joy — I had answered with gleeful quickness; a name froze me; three words struck me mute.


  • His expression froze and his mouth dropped open a little.

    When the Wind Blows

  • The menace in her expression froze him in his tracks.

    Stone of Tears

  • The young man's eyes widened, his expression froze, and he backed away from the Herald step by forced step.

    Magic's Promise


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