Definition of frozen
1a : treated, affected, or crusted over by freezingb : subject to long and severe cold the frozen north
2a : incapable of being changed, moved, or undone : fixed; specifically : debarred by official action from movement or from change in status frozen wagesb : not available for present use frozen capitalc (1) : drained or incapable of emotion (2) : expressing or characterized by cold unfriendliness
frozennessplay \ˈfrō-zən-(n)əs\ noun
Examples of frozen in a Sentence
the car door was frozen ever since an accident had damaged the hinge
pay rates will remain frozen until the company does better financially
Recent Examples of frozen from the Web
Skaters glide by on the frozen pond moving to the tunes of a live band.
Is Farrah planning on opening another furniture store or a frozen yogurt location in a city that’s choked with them?
Line the frozen crust with parchment and fill with pie weights or dry beans.
In some ways, the community seems frozen in time, unaffected by the war raging in the countryside.
Items like ice cream, or ice packs used to keep meat, seafood, and vegetables fresh must be completely frozen when presented for screening—or will otherwise have to meet the 3-1-1 liquids requirement rule.
Pick up a Rotisserie Chicken or two and serve with baked potatoes topped with frozen broccoli and cheese sauce.
The National Food Authority statement said Friday that the 26 metric tons (28.6 tons) of frozen poultry imported by a local Albanian company was blocked at the western port of Durres earlier this month.
Besides polar cyclones, Juno has spotted white ice caps on Jupiter — frozen bits of ammonia and water.
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First Known Use of frozen
FROZEN Defined for Kids
Medical Definition of frozen
past part of freeze
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