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Definition of "icebergs" []

  • A variety of lettuce with a dense cabbage-like head and mild crunchy leaves (noun)
  • Plural form of iceberg. (noun)

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Use "icebergs" in a sentence
  • "_A glacier running down a steep narrow canyon and out into the deep water, and forming icebergs at its point, would maintain its slender, tongue-like form, and drop its débris on each side, forming parallel ridges, and would not form a terminal moraine because the materials not dropped previously would be carried off by icebergs_."
  • "The same people who used to fish now harvest icebergs from a floating barge, using a grapple crane to break off chunks of ice."
  • "The former vice president’s film shows dramatic film of big chunks of ice breaking off glaciers, but the “calving” of icebergs is a normal, natural process involved in the growth of glaciers into the sea."