Definition of "icily" [i•ci•ly]

  • (adverb) In the manner of ice; with a cold or chilling effect.
  • (adverb) In an uncaring manner.

Use "icily" in a sentence

  • ""He calls himself the Talon," Louise said, eyeing him icily."
  • "As icily controlling as Agnes, with the sweet superficiality that keeps suburban women from instantly attacking each other, Edna is a manipulative bitch with a false sense of dignity and entitlement."
  • ""You surely don't mean to say that Mr. Hapgood is stupid?" she demanded icily."

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