I believe it is A
C. Aiden's body froze like an icicle
C. Sarah glared icily at Jenn when she stole her last french fry.
A. Aidens body froze like an icicle and his heart pounded as he peered over the railing at the top of the skyscrapper.
Because it shows the cause for tensing up and having a fast heart beat. And the cause for this (peering over a skyscraper) would most likely give anyone fear, or in this situation, Aiden.
Connotation refers to the emotions words can evoke. Words can have either a positive or a negative connotation.
Words evoking fear in the audience are likely to have a negative connotation since fear is a negative feeling. Therefore, for the writer to make the reader feel fear, they should be very specific with their word choice; particularly with adjectives they decide to use since this word category is the one that best describes emotions or actions. From the examples in question, I believe that B is your answer.
In this sentence, a simile has been used (like an icicle) so you can really understand how Aiden's body froze, you can make a mental image of it. His heart not only beat rapidly, but it "pounded" which means that it striked or hit heavily and repeatedly. Aiden did not look over the railing but he "peered over" it entailing that he looked carefully or with difficulty (that verb has two meaning components with a negative connotation)
I think the answer is A. Aidens body froze like an icicle and his heart pounded as he peered over the railing at the top od the skyscrapper
it´s B.when ralphh discovered he held the winning ticket an unexpected squeal exploded out of his mouth
Sarah glared icily as Jenna stole her last french fry.
the bottom of the ocean
hine was able to receive a high school and college education.