Definitions and Examples of thawed, unfrozen, mobile
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
No longer frozen or solid; melted.
The ice cream had thawed in the sun and was now a sticky mess.
Not frozen; in a liquid state.
The river was unfrozen and flowing freely after the winter season.
Able to move or be moved freely or easily.
After being stuck in traffic for hours, he finally got back on the mobile highway.
Key Differences: thawed vs unfrozen vs mobile
- 1Thawed refers to something that was once frozen but has now melted.
- 2Unfrozen refers to something that is not frozen and is in a liquid state.
- 3Mobile refers to something that can move or be moved freely or easily.
Effective Usage of thawed, unfrozen, mobile
- 1Cooking: Use thawed to describe food that has been defrosted.
- 2Science: Use unfrozen to describe liquids that were once frozen.
- 3Transportation: Use mobile to describe vehicles or modes of transportation that can move freely.
The antonyms have distinct nuances: Thawed refers to something that was once frozen but has now melted, unfrozen refers to something that is not frozen and is in a liquid state, and mobile refers to something that can move or be moved freely or easily. Use these words in cooking, science, and transportation contexts to convey the opposite meaning of being fixed, immobile, or solid.