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adjective as in very cold

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“That deck is ice cold, and so is the other one,” he bawled.

The superstar comedian’s latest, ‘A Thousand Words,' is set to flop, and his career has gone ice cold.

Edward, on the other hand, is a brooding, self-absorbed Byronic hero with ice-cold hands.

When it comes to appearing as themselves in movies, however, both stars are ice-cold.

But when they got out into the stream, Washington's pole caught in the ice and jerked him out into ten feet of ice-cold water.

Then, from the ice-cold bottom, rising as a meteor darts across the sky, the great fish clove the water to the surface.

Her voice was ice-cold, like her body, which seemed to be frozen into immobility.

She looked so piteously thin and white, and her hands were ice cold.

The nearly ice cold, spring water influenced Alfred to go home with the black on his face.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ice-cold, such as: frozen, glacial, icy, algid, arctic, and biting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.