icicle

[ ahy-si-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF icicle

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An icicle hanging on one's nose is a simple sort of humour in any case.

I have seen a great army thaw away like an icicle in the sunshine.

Jed was conscious of a cold sensation, like the touch of an icicle, up and down his spine.

Thou art hot-tempered and boyish, but I am cold as an icicle.

He doesn't say for how long, and acts the icicle in the presence of others.

"I hope you had a pleasant stroll this afternoon," came in icicle tones.

For a little he gazed at him in silence, and his look might have turned a sunbeam to an icicle.

Whenever I open my mouth it feels as if some one had stuffed an icicle in.

She was no longer the icicle that had put a chill into underwriters and bidders.

"Prod him with the icicle," said the Kangaroo to the Polar Bear.

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