When the balance hangs in doubt between the adventurousness of vanity and the frigidity of fear, ever incline to the latter side.
At the house is formality and frigidity; at the home is ease and enjoyment.
"Nobody," he replied with the frigidity of him who fears that he has said too much.
But "the frigidity of the modern productions" was "inherent."
After two hours of frigidity and immobility, we heard the velvet footfalls of bear coming up the canyon.
His frigidity froze most people if he chose; and avoidance was not difficult.
The frigidity and dryness of the exclamation Littleton ascribed to Selma's intuitive enmity to the vanities of life.
frigidity had settled, and hostility had been arrested only by indifference.
It must not, however, be supposed that this view of the natural tendency of women to frigidity has everywhere found acceptance.
We may assert, also, that the Bible saves education from frigidity.
frigidity fri·gid·i·ty (frĭ-jĭd'ĭ-tē)
The state of marked or abnormal sexual indifference.