Formerly women smitten with incubacy had frigid flesh even in the month of August.
"Là-bas" by J. K. Huysmans
Many authorities agree on the frigidity of the prostitute.
"Taboo and Genetics" by Melvin Moses Knight, Iva Lowther Peters, and Phyllis Mary Blanchard
Olivia did not know, though I did, that Julia was somewhat frigid and distant in her manner, even while thoroughly hospitable in her welcome.
"The Doctor's Dilemma" by Hesba Stretton
And so it was with frigidity that she inquired whether cars were to be hired.
"The Lion's Share" by E. Arnold Bennett
All this passed in a glance, but the frigid atmosphere grew no warmer for the introduction hastily effected by Gaeta.
"The Princess Passes" by Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson
Kate was distinctly out of temper, and treated the company in general, and Eugene in particular, with frigidity.
"Father Stafford" by Anthony Hope
It was a scene of frigid desolation.
"The Man in the Twilight" by Ridgwell Cullum
And yet it might have left me frigid but for the artist who played Cherubino.
"Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece" by John Addington Symonds
The cloak saved the situation during a few frigid seconds.
"Winnie Childs" by C. N. Williamson
I put Annabel into the coach, and Miss Chantry made frigid room for me.
"Lazarre" by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
Turn from off her shrouded face
The frigid sheet....
Death hath doubled all her grace--
O Jenny, sweet!
"Jenny Dead" by Richard Le Gallienne
Thou frigid tyrant, dark and stern November!
We shrink before thee, and shall long remember
Thy levin fires, untimely thunder volleys,
That in dread tones rebuked our crimes and follies.
"November Findings--1862" by Janet Hamilton
Thy cloudy days and sultry nights,
And ripen'd fruits and pleasant sights,
Tell, in language plain,
That thou, whose frigid looks are seen
In blighted trees, with yellow, green,
Hath call'd on us again.
"Autumn" by Benjamin Cutler Clark
Thou art fallen man's best friend! With thee he speeds
In frigid apathy along his way.
And never does the tear of agony
Burn down his scorching cheek; or the keen steel
Of wounded feeling penetrate his breast.
"Fragment" by Henry Kirke White
I hurry. Snowdrifts. Frigid boughs
Of dead trees poke deep into the sky,
There are no tracks or sounds. It's still.
The realm of death in an enchanted world.
And here's my home. But what decay!
I'm shocked by this heartbreaking sight.
"Never" by Afanasy Afanasevich Fet
These boys of light are curdlers in their folly,
Sour the boiling honey;
The jacks of frost they finger in the hives;
There in the sun the frigid threads
Of doubt and dark they feed their nerves;
The signal moon is zero in their voids.
"I See The Boys Of Summer" by Dylan Thomas
Winter storm hits central Illinois with snow, frigid temperatures.
Students across the region returned to class Tuesday as mild seasonal weather gave way to a frigid , gusty day.
Cool to Cold to Frigid in NNY: Planning Ahead.
A mild transition to the new year, then a few days of frigid .
Frigid Flash 2011 at the Alaska Rock Gym.
2011 Frigid Flash Climbing Competition at ARG.
On Saturday February 26th the Alaska Rock Gym held their annual Frigid Flash climbing competition.
Frigid Temperature Has Residents Dealing With Frozen Pipes.
Snow blanket, slick roads to linger in frigid Memphis-area temperatures.
Fearful, frigid night on Chicago's Lake Shore Drive.
WESTFIELD — More than 65 shivering, yet enthusiastic, plungers took to the frigid waters at Hampton Ponds last Saturday in support of Amelia Park Children's Museum.
Full moon, snow and frigid temperatures.
Four deer were swimming in Taku Inlet in frigid waters off the coast of Juneau Alaska.
The frigid Denver cold welcomed us with subtle hostility, as she couldn't quell her winds for long enough to get all of our luggage inside.
Plain Dealer file Voters won't have to contend with rain if they're heading to the polls today, just frigid temperatures.