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ice floe

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Synonyms for ice floe

  • iceberg
  • berg
  • floe
  • icecap
  • glacial mass
  • ice field
  • snow slide
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This meant that we were caught in the ice floe with no means of getting out!

They were adrift on the ice floe, which was steadily taking them seaward.

The ice floe's two miles wide, forty miles long and all piled up.

So he rose some ninety feet, and finally arrived at the underside of the ice floe.

He turned a bright face on her as he struck out for the edge of the other ice floe.

In a few seconds he had snaked the sled to 242 the edge of the ice floe on which he stood.

A few miles from Petersburg we saw the first ice floe with its deep marine coloring, floating slowly towards the open sea.

The freshness of the bear's tracks is proof that it had not drifted on some ice floe from remote parts of the Arctic basin.

The big crack was followed by a general splitting up of the ice floe.

Only his own length from him was the cleft in the ice floe, and it went down to deep water.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ICE FLOE

glacier

nounmountain of ice, snow
  • berg
  • floe
  • glacial mass
  • ice field
  • ice floe
  • iceberg
  • icecap
  • snow slide
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