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frost over

to become covered with frost. The windows had all frosted over in the night. The car windows frosted over.
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frosted (over)

Sl. angry; annoyed. The clerk was really frosted over when I asked for a better one. Why was he so frosted?
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frost over

v.
To become covered with frost: The blades of grass frosted over in the cold night air.
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frost up

v.
1. To become covered with frost: The windows frosted up quickly when the temperature dropped.
2. To cause something to become covered with frost: The freezing air frosted up the windows. Our breath frosted the mirrors up.
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frost

tv. to make someone angry. (see also frosted (over).) The little car frosted me by zooming into my parking place.

frosted (over)

mod. angry; annoyed. The clerk was really frosted over when I asked for a better one.
See also: frost, over

frosted

verb
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References in classic literature ?
Clear skies, frost, little wind, and, except for a sharp touch now and then, very few really cold days.
In the morning he looked out on the black frost that seemed to press cruelly on every blade of grass, while the half-icy red pool shivered under the bitter wind; but towards evening the snow began to fall, and curtained from him even that dreary outlook, shutting him close up with his narrow grief.
And then the red faces made their way through the black biting frost to their own homes, feeling themselves free for the rest of the day to eat, drink, and be merry, and using that Christian freedom without diffidence.
The poor tree was still quite covered with frost and snow, and the North Wind was blowing and roaring above it.
And blamed little you know Daylight, if you think frost kin stop 'm.
He breathes heavily, taking into his lungs the frost itself.
Leaving the pails standing in the trail, he walked up and down, rapidly, to keep from freezing, for the frost bit into the flesh like fire.
Why, I may say, nothing of it, except, ah, according to your own reasoning, there is nothing to prevent your getting out, hitting the frost, so to speak, for a matter of ten miles.
Its wild water defied the frost, and it was in the eddies only and in the quiet places that the ice held at all.
He took all manner of risks, resolutely thrusting his little weazened face into the frost and struggling on from dim dawn to dark.
For frost and winter I now longed: "Oh, that frost and winter would again make me crack and crunch
A few instants later the platform was quivering, and with puffs of steam hanging low in the air from the frost, the engine rolled up, with the lever of the middle wheel rhythmically moving up and down, and the stooping figure of the engine-driver covered with frost.
I try in vain to be persuaded that the pole is the seat of frost and desolation; it ever presents itself to my imagination as the region of beauty and delight.
But the earth was hardened with the frost, and it was no very easy matter to break it up, and shovel it out; and although there was a moon, it was a very young one, and shed little light upon the grave, which was in the shadow of the church.
The cold hoar frost glistened on the tombstones, and sparkled like rows of gems, among the stone carvings of the old church.