Definition of Frostwork

1. n. The figurework, often fantastic and delicate, which moisture sometimes forms in freezing, as upon a window pane or a flagstone.



Definition of Frostwork

1. Noun. Any naturally occurring intricate pattern of ice crystals ¹

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Definition of Frostwork

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frostwork

frostiness
frostinesses
frosting
frostinglike
frostings
frostless
frostlike
frostline
frostlines
frostnip
frostnips
frostproof
frosts
frostweed
frostweeds
frostwork (current term)
frostworks
frostwort
frosty
frot
froterer
froth
froth at the mouth
froth pack
frothed
frother
frothers
frothery
frothier
frothiest

Literary usage of Frostwork

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1. Winter: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1887)
"As far as I observed, the frostwork was deepest in the low grounds, especially on the Salix alba there. I learn from the papers that this phenomenon ..."

2. The Science of Common Things by David Ames Wells (1872)
"frostwork on windows. The thick fog which invested the earth during the ... 1334 What is the cause of the pretty frostwork seen on bedroom windows in ..."

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