Dear Teachers, Please explain it. 1. It is bone-shattering cold today. I have heared this word bone-shattering not seen, if it is wrong please correct it and explain. 2. cover oneself in/with glory. 3. His story is a closed chapter
Originally Posted by lalda222
There are a few sentences in maintenance of your example Nr.1 in your original post above:
I outlived the bone-shattering cold in Antarctica.
We are off for a week in the sun - escaping the bone-shattering cold just in time.
He sent a bone-shattering, spine shivering, icy cold glare and walked away.
Bone-shattering, teeth chattering, icy, hurting cold.
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