The state of being frigid; frigidity; coldness.(noun)
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Use "frigidness" in a sentence
"I’ve often used this column to complain about men and their invented word of "frigidness," which is nothing more than proof of poor technique, while at the same time urged women to explore their own bodies so they can find out what feels good and later tell their partners the exact areas they need to have worked on."
"The tracing back of Marnie's problems with men and sexual frigidness to a childhood trauma, besides being a lamentable cliché, is a remarkably shallow and surface-level application of psychology, especially for a director who in other ways, even in the same film, shows a tremendous understanding of psychological nuance."
"It was so cold outside that the fire and the bed warmers did little to bite into the frigidness of the room."