Synonyms of 'freeze'
2 deep freezeDictionary, cool, iceYou can freeze the soup at this point.
3 chillDictionary, benumbThe cold morning froze my fingers.
4 stopDictionary, stop dead, stop suddenlyShe froze when the beam of the flashlight struck her.
stop in your tracks
5 fixDictionary, hold, limitWages have been frozen and workers laid off.
6 suspendDictionary, stop, shelveThey have already frozen their aid programme.
1 cold snapDictionary, frost, freeze-upThe trees were damaged by a freeze in December.
There is a frost in the ground.
freeze someone out
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to make numb or powerless; deaden physical feeling in, as by cold
When a liquid congeals, it becomes very thick and sticky and almost solid.
The blood had started to congeal.
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Thesaurus for freeze from the Collins English Thesaurus
If a liquid or a substance containing a liquid freezes , or if something freezes it, it becomes solid because of low temperatures.