Related formsfro·zen·ly, adverbfro·zen·ness, nounpre·fro·zen, adjectiveun·fro·zen, adjective
Definition for frozen (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), froze, fro·zen, freez·ing.
verb (used with object), froze, fro·zen, freez·ing.
- Canasta. to play a wild card on (the discard pile) so as to make it frozen.
- Poker. to eliminate (other players) in a game of freezeout.
Origin of freeze
Can be confusedfreeze frieze
Examples from the Web for frozen
Defrost overnight in the refrigerator (if frozen) and bake before serving.
Stir in the frozen peas and chicken, taste for seasonings, and pour the mixture into six (2-cup) ovenproof serving bowls.
Without it in the atmosphere, the Earth would be a barren, frozen wasteland.
Since then, all dividend payments have been frozen and Iran receives “no uranium or revenue from the mine.”
He was later sued by his lawyers in London for failing to pay $419,400 in counsel fees when his assets were frozen.The Mysterious Death of the Art World’s Favorite Sheikh|Lizzie Crocker|November 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Gray Cloud, in a trance, might already have frozen to death.Shaman|Robert Shea
They availed themselves of a very hard winter to penetrate into the land over the frozen water.
Frozen punch, when served, comes between the meat and game courses.The Century Cook Book|Mary Ronald
Flying in and out of the briar-thickets are innumerable white-throated sparrows fleeing from frozen Canada and the lake country.
The man, who is frozen to death, knows nothing of the cruelties of northern cold.Lords of the North|A. C. Laut
British Dictionary definitions for frozen (1 of 2)
- (of prices, wages, etc) arbitrarily pegged at a certain level
- (of business assets) not convertible into cash, as by government direction or business conditions