Main definitions of unfrozen in English

: unfrozen1unfrozen2

unfrozen1

Pronunciation

unfrozen

/ʌnˈfrəʊzn/

Main definitions of unfrozen in English

: unfrozen1unfrozen2

unfrozen2

adjective

  • Not or no longer frozen.

    ‘larvae remain unfrozen under the ice’
    • ‘The one unfrozen pond at the preserve was overflowing with waterfowl.’
    • ‘As a consequence, a comparison should be done for every new leaf material between the emission in frozen and unfrozen samples, to determine if freezing distorts the signal.’
    • ‘So much for Damon's trademark unfrozen caveman look, too.’
    • ‘The difference in the polarization of water inside the channel is also visibly the same as in the previously described unfrozen case.’
    • ‘There was an unfrozen area of sea close to the base camp where the current really ripped past.’
    • ‘It contains 20 per cent of the world's unfrozen freshwater and has been listed as a World Heritage site.’
    • ‘Heat, conducted upward from the unfrozen water beneath the floor, maintained the temperature near the freezing point - considerably warmer than the snowy world outside.’
    • ‘It is tempting to speculate that the four processed burials represent winter primary interments made in the unfrozen ground of the house floor, but other interpretations are possible.’
    • ‘It receives regular service flights from Florida and from France, enabling restaurateurs there, in Anguilla and St Barts to have regular, unfrozen supplies.’
    • ‘An unfrozen wash on the rink surface did not help the quality of the match, but Slough were on top at this stage and scored a powerplay goal after seven minutes.’
    • ‘The molecules of unfrozen water are spherical - they act as a lubricant, letting the skis slide.’
    • ‘Below that temperature, the amount of unfrozen water changes only slightly and behaves single phased.’
    • ‘The upper inch or so was frozen, but Bahzell felt it give under his weight in low spots, and the slight, stiff flexing promised unfrozen water below.’
    • ‘For example, since ice excludes salts they become more concentrated in the remaining unfrozen liquid.’
    • ‘In cold, northern regions, birds have difficulty finding unfrozen water in winter.’
    • ‘Anglers could not find enough unfrozen water to compete.’
    • ‘And suddenly I awoke with a start, a cold sweat turning the sheets to unfrozen ice.’
    • ‘Commonly, fresh, running or unfrozen water into which the animals hatch is available for short intervals of time, after which eggs are left in or on the substrate.’
    • ‘When glaciers flow over unfrozen sediment they may cause this sediment to deform beneath the weight of the ice.’
    • ‘The unfrozen ground isn't deep enough for tree roots.’

Pronunciation

unfrozen

/ʌnˈfrəʊzn/