- 1Covered with or as if with frost: I stood looking out on the frosted gardenMore example sentences
- At the moment the sky is blue with sun shining on the frosted garden and everything, even the deadest stems of last year's perennials, looks good enough to have a place in the winter garden.
- My pulmonarias have been lovely this year, clumps of frosted leaves and pink and lilac flowers throughout the garden hiding the dying foliage of snowdrops and mingling with forget-me-nots.
- At the summit of Cairn Gorm, a bitter northerly wind with 40 mph gusts drove us into the lee of a frosted weather station.
- 1.1(Of glass or a window) having a translucent textured surface so that it is difficult to see through.More example sentences
- Drawing the front windows' curtains for a bit, I took notice of three tall dark shadows that I cannot make out due to the frosted glass of our window.
- With arguably the best views in Italy, Harry's famously installed frosted glass windows.
- She opened the frosted glass window, letting in a billow of sticky air, and caught a glimpse of the embassy's manicured garden.
- 1.2chiefly North American (Of food) decorated or dusted with icing or sugar.More example sentences
- And really, the first few bites of peanut brittle, frosted cookies, etc., are always the best.
- The maid was carrying a lovely frosted cake, with pink and white decorations all over it.
- The black and white cookie is, in fact, not a cookie but a flat, thinly frosted cake, like someone has sat on a cupcake.
- 1.3 (Of hair) having isolated strands tinted a light color.More example sentences
- Then a young man with frosted hair pivots an about-face.
- His wife, Judy, a sharp-featured woman with frosted hair, tends the counter.
- He's pointing at a kid - maybe 18 or 19-with frosted hair, baggy white shorts and a diamond stud in his ear.
More definitions of frostedDefinition of frosted in:
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