Definition of frore in English:

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frore

Pronunciation: /frɔː/

adjective

literary
Frozen; frosty.
Example sentences
  • The beast wept as the frore hills weep in the thaw, and the tears splashed big into the agate bowl.
  • Wildly the frore wind blew the fallen leaves backwards, upwards, back towards the bare branches where they once lived, around circularly in tiny spirals across the street.
  • But through the frore wind and the dripping rain walks a man along the road.

Origin

Middle English: archaic past participle of freeze.

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