Arctic synonyms and antonyms

ärk'tĭk, är'tĭk

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Affected as if turned into ice; made motionless
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Of or like winter; cold, bleak, etc.
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of or relating to the Arctic
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Towards the southeast (UK: south-east); southeastwards.
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Cold in manner or attitude; unfriendly
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Of or relating to the far north; Arctic.
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Cool or cold enough to cause discomfort.
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(Literally) Suffering or causing frost
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The definition of frigid is someone or something very cold or formal.
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Producing or characterized by frost; freezing.
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Very cold; icy:
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Bitingly cold:
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tropics. The region of the Earth lying between these latitudes. The tropics are generally the warmest and most humid region of the Earth.
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(Archaic) Very cold; frosty; frozen
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(Slang) A detective.
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the regions to the north of the Arctic Circle centered on the North Pole
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An area or region lying in the northeast.
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Of or pertaining to the northern zone of plant and animal life including the taiga and tundra
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Affecting the sense of smell (as of hunting dogs) only feebly; having lost its odour.
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Relating to a molecule or substance that has polar bonds.
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Marked by calm self-control:
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Close to a successful solution or conclusion:
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Either of a pair of overshoes, esp. a high, warmly lined overshoe of rubber and fabric
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(Uncountable) Pliable material derived from the sap of the rubber tree; a hydrocarbon polymer of isoprene.
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the regions to the north of the Arctic Circle centered on the North Pole
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Alternative spelling of galosh.
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(Archaic) easternmost
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Coming from the north:
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Find another word for arctic. In this page you can discover 44 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for arctic, like: frozen, in the Arctic Circle, wintry, north-polar, southeast, the-arctic, in the tundra areas, icy, artic, hyperborean and under the Bear.