2. Adverb. (figurative) With intense emotional coldness; dispassionately. ¹
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Definition of Freezingly
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Literary usage of Freezingly
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1. The Planter: Or, Thirteen Years in the South. by David Brown (1853)
"How do they get through the short reign of terror ? freezingly and ... at sueh a time of frozen selfishness, freezingly and ..."
2. The Planter: Or, Thirteen Years in the South by David Brown (1853)
"Men and women smile again, and again children laugh and sing. But what of our poor negroes ? How do they get through the short reign of terror? freezingly ..."
3. Hamlet by William Shakespeare (1905)
"... transcendental, gray body-coat, and with that hard, freezingly cold face of his, which might serve for a frontispiece to a manual of geometry. ..."
4. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1900)
"Yet our Northern neighbor« call us, freezingly. Egyptians still. Yes. we long have stood in darkness. But a light is creeping in; For brave woman now is ..."