ice[ ahys ]SEE DEFINITION OF ice
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ICE
I see some man in the East has a fad for breaking the ice in the river and going swimming.
If the ice that froze up the spring of his love would but begin to melt!
Alleyne said nothing, but his heart seemed to turn to a lump of ice in his bosom.
Of course, every effort should be made to keep the ice from wasting.
When he found that the ice was out and the beer warm and flat, he was furious.
Snow, when it can be procured, is still better than ice to mix with the salt.
Then strain the liquid into a freezer, and proceed as for ice cream.
If you ice it, add a few drops of essence of lemon to the icing.
The ice was fairly broken,—Maltravers was at home with the Mertons.
We was going to get ice t'day, but they didn't throw it off when the train went through.