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Definition of "freezing" []

  • Extremely cold (adjective)
  • Suffering or causing frost (adjective)

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  • Very cold (adjective)
  • The change in state of a substance from liquid to solid by cooling to a critically low temperature. (noun)
  • The action of numbing with anesthetics. (noun)
  • Present participle of freeze. (verb)

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Use "freezing" in a sentence
  • "That's what we call freezing rain, Fredricka, where it comes down as rain and then it freezes on contact."
  • "Every one knows that we determine that one fixed point of our thermometer scale which we call the freezing point of zero by placing the thermometer in a mixture of pure water and ice."
  • ""Steve says we must do what he calls freezing him out -- make him feel that we do not want him here.""