First Known Use of deep-freeze
Examples of deep freeze in a Sentence
This part of the world experienced a deep freeze for several thousand years.
a period of deep freeze
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With tensions on many fronts, U.S.-Russian relations remain in a deep freeze.
Tanaka kept Houston’s bats in the deep freeze by giving up just three hits and one walk before exiting after seven shutout innings.
Now with relations between the United States and Cuba threatening to go back into the deep freeze, Cuba has expended a lot of effort both rallying people at home and on social media to support the resolution.
Wind farms, on the other hand, appear to have functioned without a problem in the deep freeze.
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First Known Use of deep freeze
deep freeze Synonyms
Synonymscold storage, abeyance, doldrums, dormancy, holding pattern, latency, moratorium, quiescence, suspended animation, suspense, suspension
Related Wordsinaction, inertia, inertness, motionlessness; impasse, standstill; coma, hibernation, hypnosis, repose, rest, sleep, slumber, torpor; recess, recession, remission; downtime, idleness, layoff
Near Antonymsrecommencement, renewal, resumption, resuscitation
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