Part of speech:
(Informal) An aloof or emotionally unresponsive person.
(Radio, Elec.) A piezoelectric body or plate, as of quartz, used to control the frequency of an oscillator or as a circuit element in a crystal filter
A large mass of ice moving very slowly through a valley or spreading outward from a center. Glaciers form over many years from packed snow in areas where snow accumulates faster than it melts. A glacier is always moving, but when its forward edge melts faster than the ice behind it advances, the glacier as a whole shrinks backward.
To convert into ice.
Precipitation in the form of rounded pellets of ice and hard snow that usually falls during thunderstorms. Hail forms when raindrops are blown up and down within a cloud, passing repeatedly through layers of warm and freezing air and collecting layers of ice until they are too heavy for the winds to keep them from falling.
Any small piece of ice used for cooling drinks, larger than crushed ice, regardless of their shape.
Permanently frozen subsoil, occurring throughout the Polar Regions and locally in perennially frigid areas.
To improve the appearance of an interior of a house, room, office and so forth.
(Geology) A geological matrix, the outer material of a rock consisting of larger grains embedded in a material consisting of smaller ones.
A massive floating body of ice broken away from a glacier. Only about 10 percent of its mass is above the surface of the water.
Glaze is defined as to put glass in a window, or to put on a glossy finish.
The definition of a probe is an investigation into something or a blunt surgical tool used for exploratory medical testing.
A thin, nearly invisible layer of ice on a paved road
Methamphetamine hydrochloride used as a drug
To cover with or as if with frost or ice:
an amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant
A water supply system.
A deep narrow passage with steep rocky sides; a ravine.
A smooth expanse of ice, often enclosed and artificially prepared, for ice-skating or hockey
Precipitation that falls to earth in the form of frozen or partially frozen raindrops, often when the temperature is near the freezing point. Sleet usually leaves the cloud in the form of snow that melts as it passes through warm layers of air during its descent. The raindrops and partially melted snowflakes then freeze in the colder layers nearer the earth before striking the ground as pellets of ice, which usually bounce. By contrast, hail forms by the accumulation of layers of ice on the hailstone as it moves up and down in the cloud, and hailstones can become much larger than sleet pellets. The word sleet is also used informally to describe a mixture of snow, sleet, and rain.
An engine, as in an automobile, motorboat, or lawn mower, that obtains its power from heat and pressure produced by the combustion of a fuel-and-air mixture inside one or more closed chambers or cylinders
To spray the leaves of (a houseplant) with water from a mister
To cover with a coat of some material
(Obs.) To prepare; fit out; dress
(Slang) Cool, dispassionate attitude or manner
A drink made of some beverage poured over shaved ice
Water and sugar flavored and frozen as a confection
The refuse of sugar cane after extraction of the juice.
A continuous movement or circulation:
A sweet glaze made of sugar, butter, water, and egg whites or milk, often flavored and cooked and used to cover or decorate baked goods, such as cakes or cookies.
A skating rink.
A binocular or field glass.
A trifling amount of money.
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