[frawst-free, -free, frost-] /ˈfrɔstˈfri, -ˌfri, ˈfrɒst-/
(of a refrigerator or other cooling appliance) not requiring defrosting; remaining free of ice buildup.
noun, Geology. 1. an uplift in soil caused by the freezing of internal moisture. noun 1. the upthrust and cracking of a ground surface through the freezing and expansion of water underneath Also called frost heaving
- Frost hollow
noun 1. a depression in a hilly area in which cold air collects, becoming very cold at night
[fraw-stee, fros-tee] /ˈfrɔ sti, ˈfrɒs ti/ adjective, frostier, frostiest. 1. characterized by or producing ; freezing; very cold: frosty weather. 2. consisting of or covered with a : frosty designs on the windows; an avenue of frosty trees. 3. lacking warmth of feeling; unfriendly: Their frosty greeting puzzled us. 4. resembling ; white or gray: […]
- Frost-lang operation
Frost-Lang operation (-lāng’) n. Insertion of a spherical prosthesis after the enucleation of the eyeball.