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frigid

[′frij·id]
(psychology)
Temperamentally, especially sexually, cold or unresponsive.
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The sooner we start, the better, for I see no other way, and it will take us more than a month to travel the weary, frigid miles that lie before us.
No worries, though, as It's a 10 Hair Care has unveiled a full collection dedicated to taming the frizz, static, and dry locks that come with frigid temps--Miracle Defrizzing Cleansing Conditioner ($24.
When I told him to get lost he replied angrily that I was obviously frigid.
Waves can freeze instantly in the frigid waters around Antarctica.
With frigid weather gripping the region, Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) is monitoring its gas system and taking steps to ensure it can meet the demands of customers.
he breathed again, feeling the sharp intake of frigid air.
Unlike the other two medical archetypes, it's not clear the Frigid Woman, defined by her inability to attain orgasm, ever really existed.
NEW YORK CITY AND SAN FRANCISCO: Heat does not seem built into its moniker, but this event promises to steam up the independent theatre scene: The 12-day FRIGID New York festivals, taking place March 7-18 in three venues in Manhattan, professes to give artists everything they're due, especially 100 percent of their own box-office earnings.
Then, on a whim, Deputy Melissa Sullivan checked the large freezer next to the living room and found the frigid Chihuahua, barely alive.
A cruel winter held the frontline in its frigid grip.
The autonomous underwater vehicle, stuffed to its gills with scientific instruments, motors steadily through the frigid, sunless sea.
An old Inuk man lets Alvin stay with him, and teaches him how to survive in the frigid far north.