adjective, frost·i·er, frost·i·est.
Related formsfrost·i·ly, adverbfrost·i·ness, nounfrost·less, adjectiveun·frost·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for frostily
Then: "I think you had better leave me," she told him frostily.The Snare|Rafael Sabatini
But Ina said frostily that she never saw anything the matter with the old one.Miss Lulu Bett|Zona Gale
Monday morning proved to be fine and frostily exhilarating; and Peter took his daughter to the train in a cheerful mood.Was It Right to Forgive?|Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
The Metaphysical School failed, not because it toyed with imagery, but because it toyed with it frostily.Shelley|Francis Thompson
The interview began, on her part, as frostily as a February morning in Greenland, but ended like a balmy evening in Florida.Fair Harbor|Joseph Crosby Lincoln