Cold and Frozen


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Cold adjective – Having a low or subnormal temperature.
Usage example: an unusually cold spring that was followed by a sweltering summer

Frozen is a synonym for cold in participle topic. In some cases you can use "Frozen" instead the word "Cold" as an adjective or a noun or an adverb, when it comes to topics like chilly, freezing. popular alternative
Nearby Words: coldness, coldly, coldish
Synonyms for Cold


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Frozen adjective – Lacking in friendliness or warmth of feeling.
Usage example: responded to my greeting with a frozen “hello”and stared straight ahead

Cold is a synonym for frozen in property topic. You can use "Cold" instead the word "Frozen" as an adjective or a noun or an adverb, if it concerns topics such as chilled. popular alternative
Synonyms for Frozen

Things that words describes

character cold character frozen character
death cold death frozen death
world cold world frozen world
food cold food frozen food
Other nouns: blood, head, cave, fish, turkey, water, winds.

Both words in one sentence

  • Music / Alice Cooper Human Popsicle: "Refrigerator Heaven", wherein the POV character gets frozen until they find a cure for cancer.I'm freezing, I'm frozen, I'm icicle blueSo-o-o cold!
  • Instant Ice, Just Add Cold You ever notice how, in some fiction, especially cartoons, things or people that are subject to extreme cold not only get frozen, but get frozen into a huge block of ice?
  • Disney / Frozen Required Secondary Powers: Immunity to cold (and even the ability to keep ice in contact with her skin fully frozen) go with Elsa's ice magic.Elsa: The cold never bothered me anyway.
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