Definition of Frigidness

1. Noun. Sexual unresponsiveness (especially of women) and inability to achieve orgasm during intercourse.

Exact synonyms: Frigidity
Generic synonyms: Deadness, Unresponsiveness
Derivative terms: Frigid, Frigid



2. Noun. The absence of heat. "Cold is a vasoconstrictor"
Exact synonyms: Cold, Coldness, Frigidity, Low Temperature
Generic synonyms: Pressor, Vasoconstrictive, Vasoconstrictor, Temperature
Specialized synonyms: Chill, Gelidity, Iciness, Chilliness, Coolness, Nip, Frostiness, Cool
Derivative terms: Cold
Antonyms: Hotness

3. Noun. A lack of affection or enthusiasm. "A distressing coldness of tone and manner"
Exact synonyms: Chilliness, Coldness, Coolness, Frigidity, Iciness
Generic synonyms: Emotionlessness, Unemotionality
Specialized synonyms: Stone, Lukewarmness, Tepidness
Derivative terms: Cold, Cold, Cold, Cool, Frigid, Frigid, Icy

Definition of Frigidness

1. n. The state of being frigid; want of heat, vigor, or affection; coldness; dullness.

Definition of Frigidness

1. Noun. The state of being frigid; frigidity; coldness. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Frigidness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frigidness

frightment
frights
frightsome
frighty
frigid zone
frigidaire
frigidaires
frigidaria
frigidarium
frigider
frigidest
frigidities
frigidly
frigidness (current term)
frigidnesses
frigorie
frigorific
frigorifick
frigorism
frigot
frigots
frigs
frijol
frijole
frijoles
frijoles refritos
frijolillo
frijolito

Literary usage of Frigidness

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1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept, Southern Pacific Company (1912)
"Their object was monosyllabic still, she was reserved to the point of frigidness, but her color fluttered, her eyes were shyly eager; there was no doubt ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1848)
"She was evidently fitter to be an abbess than a queen ; a character of frigidness and formality designated her for the cloister; and if the Hanoverian ..."

3. Selections from the Writings and Speeches of William Lloyd Garrison: With an by William Lloyd Garrison (1852)
"Then the cold blood philosophy, congealed by icy frigidness, was changed into the warm fluid of patriotic life; then the abstractions of metaphysics became ..."

4. In Ghostly Japan by Lafcadio Hearn (1899)
"About them now was frigidness of death, — and silence tremendous. ... A gold flame kindled in the east. Then first to the pilgrim's gaze the steeps revealed ..."

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