frigid


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lacking all friendliness and warmth

deficient in or lacking sexual desire

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sexually unresponsive

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extremely cold

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devoid of warmth and cordiality

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Then suddenly, suspiciously close to the time that the sexual revolution peaked, the Frigid Woman just vanished.
O'Neil finds a rich backdrop for life's starker passages, a place curiously conducive to allegory and ritual, where the passions and fantasies of humankind are enacted against a frigid and impassive Mother Nature.
Concerned that Deblasio might not survive the frigid winter temperatures, however, the lawmen eventually asked him if be had any relatives.
The temporary name for the frigid planetoid is 2003 VB12, but Brown would like to call it Sedna, after an Inuit sea goddess.
Gerster's assignment was to guard them as they howled through the frigid winter.
University of Oregon sophomore Lucius Wheeler works on a term paper for his literature class Thursday on a picture-perfect fall day outside Condon Hall on the UO campus, where many came outside to soak up the unseasonably warm sunshine the region has been experiencing despite very frigid nights.
With no cash and no luggage, Smith had money wired to her to purchase clothing better suited to the frigid Canadian weather.
It was a frigid Friday in December, during one of New York City's worst winters this century, that a fire struck a midtown office building.
If you're not into fighting frigid temps and pushing your body to its physical and mental limits for 100 days straight, maybe Anne Bancroft's expedition isn't exactly your cup of cocoa.
Marshals for several hours, and that he had walked around outside in frigid January temperatures for many hours before turning himself in.
The marvelously funny and inventive Two Boys in a Fight, based on the wrestling sport of the Nanayan people of Russia's frigid northern region, was a real crowd pleaser--especially when one dancer popped out of his costume.
Pomponius Mela, accepting a spherical Earth, suggested that it be divided into a North Frigid Zone and a South Frigid Zone in the neighborhood of the poles, a Torrid Zone in the neighborhood of the Equator, and a North Temperate Zone and a South Temperate Zone in between.
It may be a frigid winter season, but the first quarter of 2007 continues to heat up for the North American Pharmaceutical-Biotech Industry, at least in terms of capital investment.
She's constantly apologising to me for being frigid.