Definition of "thawed" []

  • To melt or cause to melt from a solid frozen state (verb)
  • To become or cause to become unfrozen; defrost (verb)
  • To be the case that the ice or snow is melting (verb)
  • To become more sociable, relaxed, or friendly (verb)
  • The act or process of thawing (noun)
  • A spell of relatively warm weather, causing snow or ice to melt (noun)
  • An increase in relaxation or friendliness (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of thaw. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "thawed" in a sentence
  • "The lake is not yet what we may call thawed out, although there is a large space of blue water, and the ice is separated from the shore everywhere, and is soft, water-soaked, and crumbly."
  • "I have even better success if I even go back to an orginal spot a couple of hours later ... and yes "thawed" deer guts/animals are great bait."
  • "We like it with fruit on it, such as thawed frozen berries."