Definition of "ice water" []

  • Very cold or chilled water, especially for drinking, often with ice in it. (noun)
  • Melted ice. (noun)

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Use "ice water" in a sentence
  • "Enraged after giving up a run-scoring single, Dibble threw a bat (a la Tony LaRussa) at the screen behind home plate at Riverfront, and he has dumped a bucket of ice water (a la Dave Kingman) on a sportswriter."
  • "I expected that Satan would order a Manhattan or a Bloody Mary, or, like in the song, a piña colada, but was surprised to find that ice water was His drink of choice, and He could barely get enough of it!"
  • "Inside the cool clubhouse, with its large sitting rooms and abundance of leather-upholstered chairs, I accompanied a delicious prosciutto-mozzarella-and-tomato-on-baguette lunch with about sixteen glasses of ice water and POWERade to rebuild my depleted electrolytes, then one piece of apple torte."