Have at last got a good wind from the north which is sending the ice out to sea.
The day previous the winds had blown this ice out into the lake.
We, however, consoled ourselves with the hope that it would clear the ice out of the channel, and thus enable us to proceed.
This was a matter of considerable anxiety, for the water was excessively cold, being laden with ice out at sea.
The Curlytops used to like to watch the men lift the ice out by the rope and pulley.
Meanwhile, General Wright and his staff are welcome to ice out of my own ice-houses.
After March sent the ice out of river and bay, spring came with a rush as it comes in the north.
The Indians hew the ice out of the glaciers in lumps of six arrobas (150 pounds) each, and lower it from the mountains by ropes.
And then—I know not how it happened, but my sword slipp'd like ice out of my grasp, and went flying across the room.
Kennels were erected on the ice out of boxes, and more puppies came into the world.