iciness[ ahy-suh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF iciness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ICINESS
The softness of his speech in no way disguised the iciness of his manner.
But I never found courage to betray my lack of sympathy in all its iciness.
I was quite determined the iciness should come from me first, not her, for a few days.
They are trembling, violently trembling from the iciness of their immersion.
An iciness clutched my very soul as I sat mute while Luther talked.
After the iciness of the preceding night, a day of burning sunshine.
Ah, there is ice around me; my hand burneth with the iciness!
All the rooms were immensely big and empty, and glittering in their iciness.
Of the iciness and rigidity of my hands and feet, of the panic that shook the very soul of me, no one but myself need know.
His reverence of the baroness gave his cold blue eyes the iciness of her loathed letter.