freeze blood

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freeze (someone's) blood

To affect in someone an intense feeling of fright, horror, or revulsion. The sight of my brother's murderer in court absolutely froze my blood. When we were camping last weekend, we heard a scream in the night that froze our blood.
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freeze (someone's) blood

To affect with terror or dread; horrify: a scream that froze my blood.
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After Saddam seized power, he staged a show trial of his own party's inner circle and made a video of the proceedings that will, if you watch it, freeze your blood.
Two Against Nature,'' the team's first new album since 1979's ``Gaucho'' takes up exactly where that LP - yes, kids, they were called LP's back then - left off, with jazz-funk chilled just enough so that the sardonically decadent lyrics could freeze your blood (try the new ``Cousin Dupree'').
His spine-tingling encounters will freeze your blood.