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 frosty
But Byrne himself is the parodist, and he commands the stage by his hollow-eyed, frosty verve.The Stacks: Pauline Kael's Talking Heads Obsession|Pauline Kael|November 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So when you take that first frosty sip of your mint julep in celebration of the Kentucky Derby, enjoy it.
Thousands of people wrapped in flags marched in the frosty, smoky air.
The only frosty point came when West asked what sex the Royal Baby was – Harry's steely look left the question unanswered.How Dominic West Got Into Trouble With Prince Harry When He Asked Royal Baby Gender|Tom Sykes|November 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Political relations were frosty if not frozen, and there was a drop in bilateral arms deals.Was It Irresponsible of Israel to Apologize to Turkey?|Brent E. Sasley|May 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then the welcome gleam of a lantern flooded to him along the frosty floor.The Harbor Master|Theodore Goodridge Roberts
The music made by this large number of hogs eating corn on a frosty night I shall never forget.The Paths of Inland Commerce|Archer B. Hulbert
Therefore they came, starting before daylight in the frosty morning.The Debtor|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Also after a frosty night followed by a bright day, fly fishing need not be attempted with any chance of success.The Teesdale Angler|R Lakeland
“I must, whether I want to or not,” she said briefly; and she led him through the side door out into the frosty night.Counsel for the Defense|Leroy Scott