Frore
Frore Frore, adv. [See {Frorn}.] Frostily. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

The parching air Burns frore, and cold performs the effect of fire. --Milton. [1913 Webster]


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  • frore — [frōr] adj. [ME frore(n), frozen, pp. of fresen, FREEZE] Archaic very cold; frosty; frozen …   English World dictionary

  • frore — frosty, frozen, O.E. froren, pp. of freosan (see FREEZE (Cf. freeze)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • frore — adjective Etymology: Middle English froren, from Old English, past participle of frēosan to freeze Date: 13th century frosty, frozen …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • frore — /frawr, frohr/, adj. Archaic. frozen; frosty. [1200 50; ME froren; ptp. of FREEZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • frore — adjective Extremely cold; frozen …   Wiktionary

  • fröre — fror, frö|re: ↑ frieren. * * * fror, frö|re: ↑frieren …   Universal-Lexikon

  • frore — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Archaic. Very cold: arctic, boreal, freezing, frigid, frosty, gelid, glacial, icy, polar, wintry. Idiom: bitter (or bitterly) cold. See HOT …   English dictionary for students

  • frore — [[t]frɔr, froʊr[/t]] adj. archaic frozen • Etymology: 1200–50; ME froren, ptp. of freeze …   From formal English to slang

  • frore — /frɔ/ (say fraw) adjective Rare intensely cold. {British dialect, past participle of freeze} …   Australian English dictionary

  • frore — adj. poet. frozen, frosty. Etymology: archaic past part. of FREEZE …   Useful english dictionary

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