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Synonyms for frostbite

destruction of tissue by freezing and characterized by tingling, blistering and possibly gangrene

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And they were delayed for a further 24 hours while they waited for help for Phil, who had to be flown to hospital so his frost bite could be treated.
FROST BITE Thomas Kingston and his snowman in County Durham
On a couple occasions after being near you I was actually worried that I had frost bite.
Due to this, frost bite persisted in the region up till March.
In the Gobi desert I got frost bite on my fingers, but I will always remember that I don't class it as one of the lowest points.
Then, on his way down Everest after reaching the summit on May 25, he contracted serious frost bite in his big toe.
About 200 metres from the top, al Thani faced a dilemma of either climbing to the top and risk frost bite and impending death, or live to try another day.
Maybe frost bite in Huyton wasn't so bad after all.
By simply being able to endure the extreme weather conditions without losing any of my fingers and toes due to frost bite is in itself a difficult goal to achieve.
Since the drought and frost bite had no pernicious effect on vegetables and summer crops, the export of the products increased in the current year, he said adding that it is predicted the export of vegetables will increase in the last year due to certain transportation plans.
In Iraq and Afghanistan, heat stroke and frost bite are real dangers.
FROST BITE Dave nips Carol live on TV and she resumes broadcast, above right
On his way down Everest after reaching the summit on May 25, Parks contracted serious frost bite in his big toe.
They keep me indoors every day, concerned I may suffer frost bite, something I thought you only got by crossing a snowman with a shark.