Let's hope he didn't get frostbite - here's the science of getting naked in antarctica.
In a fall show dubbed "frostbite," Jenden sent cool, sleek concoctions down the runway.
They can also give you frostbite on your face or even kill you.
Pymia and frostbite were the other chief causes of mortality.
Except for a touch of frostbite on his toes and fingers, Barrent was all right.
The winter life of 1915-16 was one of mud and frostbite in the line, and taverns and songs when out.
Some typical cases of frostbite were grotesque in their ghastliness.
At this altitude, this was dangerous, although we were not yet high enough to worry about frostbite.
They had not been able to frostbite her yet because she had been too young; but they would get her presently.
No frostbite now—I haven't told you about that, because it is too dreadful for me to tell or for you to hear—but no less sickness.
frostbite frost·bite (frôst'bīt')
Injury or destruction of skin and underlying tissue, most often that of the nose, ears, fingers, or toes, resulting from prolonged exposure to freezing or subfreezing temperatures.