verb (used with object), frost·bit, frost·bit·ten, frost·bit·ing.
- frost suture,
- frost, robert,
- frost-lang operation,
- frostbite sailing,
- frosted liver,
Origin of frostbite
Examples from the Web for frostbite
Let's hope he didn't get frostbite - here's the science of getting naked in antarctica.Nude At The South Pole, It's Alexander Skarsgard, NOT Prince Harry (This Time!)|Tom Sykes|January 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They can also give you frostbite on your face or even kill you.Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Whip-Its|Winston Ross|March 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In a fall show dubbed "frostbite," Jenden sent cool, sleek concoctions down the runway.
They had not been able to frostbite her yet because she had been too young; but they would get her presently.The Pastor's Wife|Elizabeth von Arnim
The fun of snow-shoeing, mitigated by frostbite, quickly degenerated from a sport into a mere means of locomotion.The Magnetic North|Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)
Of the soldiers who got back to Erzeroum the greater number perished from frostbite, dysentery, and exposure.Under the Red Crescent|Charles S. Ryan
The winter life of 1915-16 was one of mud and frostbite in the line, and taverns and songs when out.The Challenge of the Dead|Stephen Graham
Except for a touch of frostbite on his toes and fingers, Barrent was all right.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley