[ UK /fɹˈɒstba‍ɪt/ ]
[ US /ˈfɹɔstˌbaɪt/ ]
  1. destruction of tissue by freezing and characterized by tingling, blistering and possibly gangrene
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How To Use frostbite In A Sentence

  • Two of them stayed on the top, suffering from frostbite. Times, Sunday Times
  • His comments came shortly before four rescuers reached an Italian mountaineer suffering frostbite and exhaustion. Times, Sunday Times
  • Others became hysterical, possibly suffering from hypothermia, while thousands more suffered exposure and frostbite. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can identify frostbite by the hard, pale and cold quality of the skin that has been exposed to the cold.
  • No flaming June this, there was more risk of frostbite. Times, Sunday Times
  • The condition has been known to arise from injuries as diverse as frostbite, leg ulcers and punctures from hypodermic syringes.
  • The ones that let you smoke outdoors without getting frostbite. Times, Sunday Times
  • Much better here in Cleveland — with sleet, wind and frostbites. Apple cranberry crisp | smitten kitchen
  • Frostbite forced them to abandon the expedition.In 1988 and 1989 they were defeated by freak weather conditions.
  • Then you can still get away with dark tights or leggings when you want to look summery, without risking frostbite. Times, Sunday Times
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