The worde thereto Primo extinguor in ouo, I am frostbitten ere I come out of the blade.
But with me, the verdure and the flowers are not frostbitten in the midst of winter.
It is merely because I shall soon see the town again--the town with its frostbitten gardens and its ships.
Yet, poor Fox, dear Fox, who lay on my breast when I was frostbitten.
The wind swept down bleakly from the east, bearing with it the dank odor of frostbitten cauliflower.
Lynn was in the bed between us and it was so cold her cheeks were frostbitten by morning.
His bridle was twisted round his arm, for all his fingers were frostbitten.
Does his soul expand in the winter, or does it shrink like frostbitten fruit?
A thousand spicy odors exhaled from the frostbitten plants and shrubs, filling the senses with an intoxicating incense.
He had slept with his wet boots on and his foot was frostbitten.
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.