Definition of frosted
: having undergone frosting frosted hair
Recent Examples of frosted from the Web
The habitat work has also benefited other rare species such as the spotted and wood turtles and the frosted elfin butterfly, said Wendi Weber, northeast director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The show embraces the inherent camp value of its subject and era with frosted lipstick, hammerlocks and even glimpses of a Thomas Guide.
Klein was driving the green-and-white Chevy Nomad and wearing a pair of frosted sunglasses.
Leave that inflatable flamingo, pizza slice raft and pink-frosted doughnut float at home.
Pick from flavors like strawberry frosted, vanilla cake batter, glazed or jelly.
The use of clerestory glass — long bands of windows above eye level — and frosted windows to create natural light and open spaces.
Canavan secretary Christina Rutter stayed after work many evenings to help with the frosted glass honeycomb designs.
After all, like Beanie Babies and frosted tips, brown ales were cool in the '90s.
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First Known Use of frosted
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Definition of frosted for English Language Learners
: having a dull surface that looks as if it is covered with frost
of hair : having very small strips on the top layer of your hair that are lighter than the rest of your hair
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