How to Pronounce frost?

Correct pronunciation for the word "frost" is [fɹˈɒst], [fɹˈɒst], [f_ɹ_ˈɒ_s_t].

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"Frost" in context

Frost is refers to a coating of small, white ice crystals which forms when air temperatures become sufficiently low to liquify water. This water vapor is then deposited on any nearby surfaces, typically in thin layers. Frost is usually found to occur in the early morning and in places with large amounts of humidity in the atmosphere. It occurs most frequently during the winter months when the temperature drops below the freezing point.

Frost may possess some beautiful appearances and can take many shapes and forms. Bitter-cold winds help create intricate patterns, and towering icicles can hang from trees and other surfaces, such as roofing, making for an attractive landscape.

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