unmelting

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An unmelting blob of "parsley butter" sat on top like a wart.
Whistle for Willie, lost puppies, and cartoon dogs: The sociocultural dimension of young children's composing or toward unmelting pedagogical pots.
They were so cold that the snow that fell on them in clumps stayed unmelting, like tiny clusters of white flowers.
I found my heart unmelting at Rowling's revelation on Jonathan Ross that she had sobbed writing the penultimate chapter of the seventh, and supposedly last, Potter tome which is published next week.
Even Ohio and Indiana would gradually be encased in thick, unmelting ice, while California and the Great Plains could suffer century-long droughts.
In the process he attains a favor with the reader superior to that of the "terrible" Jonathan Swift or the unmelting Joseph Addison (570-571).