- (of a refrigerator or other cooling appliance) not requiring defrosting; remaining free of ice buildup.
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The length of the frost-free season has an important bearing upon the production of nuts after the trees are matured.
Begonias must be stored in sand or cocoanut-fibre in shallow boxes, and kept in a frost-free place through the winter.The Children's Book of Gardening
Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
There are 180 to 215 frost-free days in the year, and summers are hot.
The number of frost-free days per year ranges from 198 to 206.