Meaning of frostiness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfrɒstɪnəs/


See frosty

‘‘How did you know I'd had a baby? ‘she asks, trying to keep a frostiness out of her tone.’’
  • ‘The frostiness of the relationship has raised speculation that the Government will consider abolishing the licence fee in its forthcoming review of the BBC's charter.’
  • ‘Just last year, after decades of frostiness, there were indications from Beijing that it may forge diplomatic ties with the Vatican.’
  • ‘Inside the cab, however, a terrible frostiness has descended.’
  • ‘There was none of the frostiness I would have expected in many British hotels.’