the state or condition of being frigid.
(in women) inhibition, not caused by a physical disorder or medication, of sexual excitement during sexual activity.
- non·fri·gid·i·ty, noun
- un·fri·gid·i·ty, noun
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How to use frigidity in a sentence
When Barbara entered lady Ann's dressing-room, she greeted her with less than her usual frigidity.There and Back | George MacDonald
Nothing against the earl in that direction, apparently; unless his countess was blest with the density of frigidity.The Amazing Marriage, Complete | George Meredith
He did not dislike his relative himself and in fact rather liked him in spite of the frigidity he sometimes felt.Robin | Frances Hodgson Burnett
This tantalizing message—the first breaking of her recent silence—was saucy, almost cruel, in its dry frigidity.A Laodicean | Thomas Hardy
We may assert, also, that the Bible saves education from frigidity.The Bible and Life | Edwin Holt Hughes