frosty one

a frosty one

A cold glass, can, or bottle of beer. There's nothing better than a couple frosty ones after a hard day's work. Pass me another frosty one there, Jim.
See also: frosty, one

frosty one

verb
See frosty
See also: frosty, one
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Corbyn's letter came after Labour abstained on the second referendum and was met in the post by a frosty one from Blackford inviting him to cross-party talks.
Speaking on the development, the Managing Director of NAMA, Captain Fola Akinkuotu declared: 'the relationship between NAMA and the equipment manufacturer, Thales has never been a frosty one as some media reports would have it.
Therefore, both countries' relations have never been on an even keel and mostly remained as a roller coaster, even a frosty one. The impasse between the two states continues.
Bennett's relationship with the media is a frosty one with his notorious penchant for one word answers not generally endearing him to journos and by extension the general public who may see him as, frankly, a bit of a miserable git!
The winter of 1979 was a cold and frosty one which saw plenty of games being postponed - in fact, City only played one league match between 30 December and 24 February.
Kinnear's reception on Tyneside has been a frosty one from supporters who don't see the logic in bringing back a man who has been out of the game for four years.
Boon will begin flogging Canadian Club from this week, saying that his favourite tipple is now Canadian Club and dry, not a foam-topped frosty one.
Or you're in a bar enjoying a frosty one with your friends after work and someone who's had too much wants to fight.
Ryder, a controversial selection for the Kiwis due to his size, waltzed into the post-match press conference clutching a cold frosty one as he reflected on a job well done and on shutting up the English sledgers.
For instance, consumers who want to drink a frosty one at home basically have two choices--either pick up a case from a distributor like Westy or get no more than two six-packs--nothing larger--from a tavern or restaurant.
However, his initial welcome to the area was a frosty one. Local residents objected to the change of name of the property from The Blue Boar, which had existed since the 17th century when Oliver Cromwell's army left a stolen statuette of a boar at the coaching inn as they marched to the Second Battle of Newbury.
The Newcastle manager's relationship with his captain was already a frosty one and his controversial decision to not play Alan Shearer in a potentially difficult Uefa Cup tie in Oslo was met with an icy blast.
Cohabitations that may have been frosty one day could be congenial the next.
Your refusal to take a firmer stand here is the superhero equivalent of letting Doctor Octopus have his way with Mary Jane Watson while you enjoy a frosty one over by the campus.