from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past participle of freeze.
- adj. Made into, covered with, or surrounded by ice.
- adj. Very cold: the frozen North.
- adj. Preserved by freezing: frozen meat.
- adj. Rendered immobile: frozen in their tracks with fear.
- adj. Immobile, as from pain or inflammation. Used of a joint: a frozen shoulder.
- adj. Expressive of cold unfriendliness or disdain: a frozen look on their faces.
- adj. Kept at a fixed level: frozen rents.
- adj. Impossible to withdraw, sell, or liquidate: frozen assets.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. In the state of that which freezes; in ice form.
- adj. immobilized
- adj. in a state such that transactions are not allowed.
- v. Past participle of freeze
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Congealed with cold; affected by freezing.
- adj. Subject to frost, or to long and severe cold; chilly
- adj. Cold-hearted; unsympathetic; unyielding.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Congealed by cold; converted into or covered with ice.
- Cold; frosty; frigid; subject to severe frost: as, the frozen climates of the north.
- Chill or cold in manner; void of sympathy; wanting in feeling or interest; chilling.
- Void of natural heat or vigor; numbed; hence, void of passion or emotion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. turned into ice; affected by freezing or by long and severe cold
- adj. not convertible to cash
- adj. incapable of being changed or moved or undone; e.g.
- adj. not thawed
- adj. absolutely still
- adj. devoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain
- adj. (used of foods) preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value
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Doing so causes the address book window to appear all white (as if it has frozen and is about to force quit itself ~ +though it's not frozen+);
I can have my order delivered fresh or frozen and usually choose frozen since it’s easier to move it to the freezer when it arrives….and really, when you’re receiving 100-200 pounds of beef at a time, there is no real point to getting it fresh – you can’t eat it fast enough so it’ll spoil…..frozen works for us!
She took a call on her radio, her expression frozen in place.
"If you look at all the other stuff called 'Blue-Gray,' this was the grandfather of all the other Blue-Gray things in town," said Durden Dean, the president before Kyser, who has had his title frozen by the association since 2005.
Ariana stared with her expression frozen, stunned by his bitter words.
She turned to him with a white face, her expression frozen.
Molly looked at him and saw that he was staring at the monitor, his expression frozen.
Zenith by fourtie degrees: for in effect, they are within three or foure degrees of that which they call the frozen Zone, and as I saide, fourtie degrees from the burning Zone, whereby it followeth, that there is some other cause then the Climate or the Sonnes perpendicular reflexion, that should cause the Ethiopians great blacknesse.
Essentially, Ayala has unilaterally announced that the ISSSTE reform will remain 'frozen' until after the upcoming presidential and congressional elections because this is too important an electoral cycle to disrupt with reform.
A little plug here for Wisconsin frozen custard also made fresh every day, scooped from a bucket and mix-ins of the day added fresh in small batches to vanilla custard.