frost (someone)

(redirected from frost one)

frost (someone)

To cause someone to become angry, agitated, or annoyed. My sister really frosted me by using the last of my shampoo—again!
See also: frost

frosted

Angry, agitated, or annoyed. I'm frosted because you used the last of my shampoo—again!
See also: frost
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

frosted (over)

Sl. angry; annoyed. The clerk was really frosted over when I asked for a better one. Why was he so frosted?
See also: frost
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

frost

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

frosted

verb
See also: frost
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
See also:
References in periodicals archive ?
? The Refuge / refugemcr.co.uk / 0161 233 5151 /Friday, August 24 to Sunday, August 26 / Events in the public space are free; tickets required for the basement TOMORROW (SATURDAY 25) Music / Liam Frost One of Manchester music's most underrated talents, Prestwich troubadour Liam Frost has been plugging away since the mid-2000s, both as a solo artist and with his bands the Slowdown Family and Tokolosh.
The harshest the elements threw at me and this most famous of 4x4s was a mild frost one morning.
No such luck though, the harshest the elements threw at me and this most famous of 4x4s was a mild frost one morning.
This bears of of from it is - No such luck though, the harshest the elements threw at me and this most famous of 4x4s was a mild frost one morning.
Peter Ingramtook three for 29 off his 10 overs for Penarth, Amar Singh had two for 23 off 10and former Glamorgan bowler Mark Frost one for 26 off 10.
THE RSPB urges gardeners to be careful with hedge trimmers and shears as our mix of weather - frost one day, sun the next - has confused birds who are now starting to built their nests early.
Inspired, as the frost one was, by new forms of scientific understanding, pragmatism developed a new synthesis of empiricism and naturalism by taking lessons from the science of the nineteenth century, which was quite different from that of the seventeenth.