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frosty

1. and frosty one n. a beer; a cold beer. I need a frosty one after all that work. Hey, dude! How bout a frosty?
2. mod. cool; really cool and mellow. That music is really frosty.

frosty one

verb
See frosty
See also: frosty, one
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SARAH JESSICA PARKER, 47, will be digging out her biggest shades and practising her frostiest stare after landing the part of Vogue editor Anna Wintour in an episode of hit TV show Glee.
Poland saw its frostiest morning this winter, with -27 Celsius reported in the south-eastern village of Stuposiany.
Up close, they turn out to be minute, curled-up rosebuds--a complement to the delicate colour, the palest, frostiest gray-blue.
February 16, traditionally one of the frostiest periods of the year.
So the timing of the news, in the frostiest week for 28 years, that Liverpool Council's former finance chief, Phil Halsall, wants an investigation into chief executive Colin Hilton seemed strangely fitting.
They made an extra pupil - Snowy, the frostiest boy on the block - and built an igloo so he'd feel right at home.
Obama, too, in what has been the frostiest spell in U.
Published in 1952, when the Cold War was at its frostiest and Americans were still coming to terms with what it meant to exercise global leadership, Irony called attention to a series of illusions to which Niebuhr believed his countrymen and their political leaders were peculiarly susceptible.
Launched by Bar-Be-Quick, the people who produce Instant Lighting Charcoal, Firepak@ is a smokeless, instant lighting fire in a bag that is guaranteed to bring a warm glow to even the frostiest nights.
The gas continued to flow even during the frostiest years of the Cold War.
If the meeting goes forward, he deserves the frostiest of receptions.
A deep covered porch, angled to embrace two sides of the structure from master wing to kitchen/den, was designed to serve as a virtual living space on all but the frostiest of winter days (which, luckily, are fairly rare hereabouts).
Just heating your home during the frostiest month of the year will set you back almost pounds 50 for electricity and gas.