Frozenness \Fro"zen*ness\, n. A state of being frozen. [1913 Webster]

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  • frozenness — noun see frozen …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • frozenness — noun The quality of being frozen …   Wiktionary

  • frozenness — n. state of being frozen; stillness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • frozenness — fro·zen·ness …   English syllables

  • frozenness — noun see frozen …   Useful english dictionary

  • frozen — adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. treated, affected, or crusted over by freezing b. subject to long and severe cold < the frozen north > 2. a. incapable of being changed, moved, or undone ; fixed; specifically debarred by official action from… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • frozen — frozenly, adv. frozenness, n. /froh zeuhn/, v. 1. pp. of freeze. adj. 2. congealed by cold; turned into ice. 3. covered with ice, as a stream. 4. frigid; very cold. 5. injured or killed by frost or cold. 6. obstructed by ice, as pipes …   Universalium

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