Definition of "ice" [ice]

  • (noun) Water frozen solid.
  • (noun) A surface, layer, or mass of frozen water.
  • (noun) Something resembling frozen water: ammonia ice.
  • (noun) A frozen dessert consisting of water, sugar, and a liquid flavoring, often fruit juice.
  • (noun) Cake frosting; icing.
  • (noun) water in the solid state, formed by freezing liquid water
  • (noun) a portion of ice cream
  • (noun) a diamond or diamonds
  • (noun) the field of play in ice hockey
  • (noun) a concentrated and highly potent form of methamphetamine with dangerous side effects
  • (verb) to form or cause to form ice; freeze
  • (verb) to mix with ice or chill (a drink, etc)
  • (verb) to cover (a cake, etc) with icing
  • (verb) to kill
  • (verb) to shoot the puck from one end of the rink to the other
  • (verb) to select which players will play in a game

Use "ice" in a sentence

  • "After much persuasion, I went on the ice myself; though not without considerable fear; yet such a favourite sport is this with the English, and so infatuated are some of these _ice players_, that nothing will deter them from venturing on those places which are marked as dangerous; and thus many perish, like moths that sacrifice themselves in the candle flame."
  • "If a substantial layer of ice is expected to accumulate from the freezing rain, an _ice storm_ is forecast."
  • "Neither do I think moraines of this kind would be formed by a glacier emerging from a steep narrow canyon and running out on a level plain; for in such cases, as soon as the confinement of the bounding walls is removed, the ice stream spreads out into an _ice lake_."

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