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frīgidus adj. with comp. and sup.

FRIG-, cold, cool, chill, chilling : nec ullum hoc frigidius flumen attigi: ut nec Frigidior Thracam ambiat Hebrus, H.: loca frigidissima, Cs.: Praeneste, H.: sub Iove frigido, H.: vesper, V.: anguis in herbā, V.: quartana, ague , H.: annus, winter , V.: Illa Stygiā nabat iam frigida cymbā, cold in death , V.: membra nati, O.: mors, V.: circum praecordia sanguis, i. e. dread , V.: cui frigida mens est Criminibus, whose conscience shudders , Iu.: rumor, chilling , H.: horror, V.Plur n . as subst: calida et frigida, cold and heat : Frigida pugnabant calidis, O.—Fig., cold, indifferent, remiss, feeble : in dicendo: accusatoribus frigidissimis uti: Frigidus Aetnam Insiluit, in cold blood , H.: bello Dextera, feeble , V.: (apes) frigida tecta relinquunt, dull , V.Without force, flat, insipid, dull, trivial, frigid, vain : calumnia: verba frigidiora.

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