arctics

[ ahrk-tik or especially for 7, ahr-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF arctics

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The parson had seated himself by the stove, and was laboriously removing his arctics.

"If this wind holds, we shall be in the Arctics in two or three days," said Will.

When we reached the street I found I had left my arctics in the box.

What was more, she was leaving the tundra; the broad-stretching deer pastures of the Arctics.

The delicate magnificence of the Arctics none can translate into language.

Moreover, some modern animals are found from the arctics to the tropics.

Eddie would never be the man to go to the Arctics in an automobile or an airship.

It was snappy and cold, so the girls wore furs and arctics, for they wanted to walk around near the Hall.

The eternal frost of the Arctics lay on his hair, and his starved eyes looked out from hollows shadowed with blue.

The temperature was so low that they did not melt, although just inside the tops of the arctics thin bands of snow packed tight.