Synonyms for icebound
Antonyms for icebound
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ICEBOUND
Were the Reds engaged in enlarging their icebound headquarters?
The newcomer vainly strove to move his icebound jaws and jowls.
Rather they seemed places for summer trips alone, to be left in winter icebound and desolate.
I look down at the little stream and the little mill that has been icebound all the winter, and I stop.
Before them stretched tumbled hills, converging on an icebound lake.
For one thing, it is always ice-free, whereas the eastern route is icebound for five months in the year.
Deep was the silence of the icebound shore that day, sparkling the blue waters across which the sun marked a glittering track.
Port at Libau, on the Baltic, is in a region less liable to be icebound in the winter.
It was a daring venture, but the expedition was ill-equipped to battle with the icebound seas of the frozen north.
They, too, feed the northern health stations in icebound ports where submersibles dare not rise.