icy[ ahy-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF icy
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"Then prepare to be greeted with an icy blast," predicted Emma.
It sweetens the dry crust and warms the heart in the icy wind.
Among its pebbles her feet still ran on, under the chill of icy water.
He closed the door behind him and went crunching down the icy path.
An icy thrill, wafted from the Invisible, passed through the listeners.
And one morning Ernesta was found, icy white and cold, in her bed.
She drew a quick breath, her heart was in her mouth, her hands were icy cold.
The icy water so benumbed us we could scarcely control our limbs.
As a general thing, he met no one on the icy road from the mine to the village.
The repeated drenchings in the icy water had likewise had their effect on him.
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