You are frozen
to death," he exclaimed, carrying her to the fire.
Though for once they had ample pasturage, yet the keen winds were so intense that, in the morning, a mule was found frozen
And all the time I sat there the necessity of getting back to the ship bore heavily on my already half-congealed spirits - the shivering in glazed tramcars, the stumbling over the snow- sprinkled waste ground, the vision of ships frozen
in a row, appearing vaguely like corpses of black vessels in a white world, so silent, so lifeless, so soulless they seemed to be.
Even so, they might have managed to scrape through the winter on their stock of frozen
salmon and stored blubber, and what the traps gave them, but in December one of their hunters came across a tupik(a skin-tent) of three women and a girl nearly dead, whose men had come down from the far North and been crushed in their little skin hunting-boats while they were out after the long- horned narwhal.
He had died when I heard him sigh, and was now frozen
said an old soldier, turning reproachfully to the man who had spoken of frozen
The horse gave a start and quickly climbed out onto the frozen
In a few minutes the far bank, a mile away, unobtrusively came into view, and ahead and behind, the whole frozen
river could be seen, with off to the left a wide-extending range of sharp-cut, snow-covered mountains.
Down the frozen
waterway toiled a string of wolfish dogs.
The moisture from his breath had collected on his beard and frozen
into a great mass of ice, and this he proceeded to thaw out.
It won't be nice to be frozen
to death, but if we get through alive think what a story we'll have to tell," said the Story Girl between her chattering teeth.
Into the north they fought their way, although old-timers, coming out, shook their heads and prophesied they would be frozen
in on the lakes.
To mention only the planets, we should be either broiled alive in some, or frozen
to death in others, according as they are more or less removed from the sun.
The mercury would have been frozen
in its ball, as below 42@ Fahrenheit below zero it is no longer liquid.
Few geologists now doubt that those erratic boulders which lie near lofty mountains have been pushed forward by the glaciers themselves, and that those distant from mountains, and embedded in subaqueous deposits, have been conveyed thither either on icebergs or frozen