other words for ice out
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Well then, you know that if you left a piece of ice out in the sun all the forenoon it would melt, don't you?
While he had been chopping footholds with a hatchet, they had been smashing tons of ice out of their way.
Then the crew became excited, and hurriedly ran the boat up on the ice out of harm's way.
A breeze came up from the north, which pushed him along with the ice out toward sea, for he was near the mouth of the bay.
The blizzard that took the ship and the ice out of the bay was by no means as severe as others she had weathered.
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.
Lady Holme really made a great effort to keep the ice out of her voice, but one or two fragments floated in nevertheless.
I'll get a lump of ice out of the cooler if I can manage to slip into the dining-room.
They can uproot trees and overturn rocks and drive the ice out of the fiords.
Ice out, anchor up, the gulls and wild geese winging northward again—all was ready for sail on June 18, 1611.