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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ICE-COLD

The water was ice-cold, but neither of them paid any attention to it.

His feet and hands were ice-cold, and he swayed from side to side, feeling for his strength.

It was as though I had stuck my head under a pump of ice-cold water.

He was back in no time, a quart of ice-cold milk in either hand.

Her head was on fire, her eyes smarted, and her skin was ice-cold.

A jiggety-joggety journey it was; ice-cold and hot, wet and dry.

And an ice-cold 271 hand squeezed the last hope of hope out of my heart.

It must not be forgotten that anything added to mayonnaise must be ice-cold.

Every utensil used must be ice-cold, the jelly must be quite cold, but not set.

All this nauseous mess was so ice-cold that she shivered in every limb.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English is-calde; see ice (n.) + cold (adj.).

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