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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."
HARIPUR -- Rescue workers kept looking for the bodies of around 20 missing people for the third day on Friday in frigid conditions and high rapids in the Tarbela Lake without any success.
Summary: Pune, (Maharashtra) [India] Apr 27: An elderly couple from Pune sold their jewellery to help build an oxygen plant for the soldiers protecting us in the frigid weather of Siachen.
Nearly 300 people jumped into frigid water in honor of the Fox Lake Polar Plunge at Lakefront Park Sunday morning.
Even for cold weather warriors hardened by years of winter sports training, the icy chill of South Korea's frigid February has come as a shock to the system in the leadup to this month's Pyeongchang Olympics.
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 ($24.95), Curl Cream ($23.95), and Gel ($17.48).
People brave the frigid weather to skate on an outdoor rink on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
The former This Morning host claimed the man flashed his genitals and called her "frigid".
Pre-programmed robots using base personality types such as "Frigid Farrah" and "S&M Susan" are among the several sex dolls made available by websites such as (http://www.truecompanion.com/shop/about-us) True Companion .
Waves can freeze instantly in the frigid waters around Antarctica.
The frigid temperatures have caused my goats' water buckets to freeze solid in just a few hours.