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Another word for ice

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Noun
      1. Permanently frozen soil, subsoil, etc.
      2. Permanently frozen subsoil, occurring throughout the Polar Regions and locally in perennially frigid areas.
      3. Permanently frozen ground, or a specific layer thereof.
      1. A great mass of ice broken off from a glacier and floating in the sea
      2. 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.
      3. (Informal) A cold, aloof person.
      1. A thin, nearly invisible coating of ice that forms on paved surfaces.
      1. Carbon dioxide frozen in the solid state, used especially as a cooling agent and for the production of fog-like special effects. It sublimes at -78.5°C (-109.3°F) at normal atmospheric pressure.
      1. Any small piece of ice used for cooling drinks, larger than crushed ice, regardless of their shape.
      2. A small piece of ice frozen in a mold into a cube or other shape, used especially to cool drinks.
      1. An ice floe.
      2. A low, flat mass of floating ice.
      3. A segment that has separated from such an ice mass.
      1. A large mass of ice and snow that forms in areas where the rate of snowfall constantly exceeds the rate at which the snow melts: it moves slowly outward from the center of accumulation or down a mountain until it melts or breaks away
      2. A huge mass of ice slowly flowing over a landmass, formed from compacted snow in an area where snow accumulation has exceeded melting and sublimation.
      1. (Informal) An aloof or emotionally unresponsive person.
      2. A tapering, pointed, hanging piece of ice, formed by the freezing of dripping or falling water
      1. A falling, showering, etc. of hail, or in the manner of hail
      2. Something that falls with the force and quantity of a shower of ice and hard snow:
      3. Precipitation in the form of spherical or irregular pellets of ice larger than 5 millimeters (0.2 inch) in diameter, usually associated with thunderstorms.
      1. A very clear, brilliant glass
      2. A clear, transparent mineral; esp., pure quartz
      3. A clear glass or plastic protective cover for the face of a watch or clock.
      1. A cold manner or period of disaffection:
      2. A deposit of minute ice crystals formed when water vapor condenses at a temperature below freezing.
      3. The icy crystals that form directly on a freezing surface as moist air contacts it; rime; hoarfrost
    See also:

    iceberg

    frost

Verb
  1. To become covered with ice

      1. To cover with or as if with frost or ice:
      2. To coat with rime
      1. Alternative form of MST (to mock a work by inserting annotations)
      2. To moisturize (plants or dry air, for example) with a fine spray of water.
      3. To conceal or veil with or as if with mist.
      1. To cover with a layer of something
      2. To provide or cover with a coat
      3. To cover with a layer, as of paint.
      1. To cover or decorate with icing:
      2. To become covered with frost:
      3. To bleach or lighten the color of (hair) with dye so that some but not all strands are changed in color.
    See also:

    freeze

  2. To cover with icing

      1. In a trim manner
      2. (Obs.) To prepare; fit out; dress
      3. To decorate, especially by adding a border or contrasting element:
      1. To give (the eyes) a glassy look
      2. To coat or cover thinly with ice.
      3. To coat (a painted surface) with a semitransparent color
      1. To cover with a layer of something
      2. To provide or cover with a coat
      3. To cover with a layer, as of paint.
      1. To cover (glass, for example) with a roughened or speckled decorative surface.
      2. To cover or decorate with icing:
      3. To bleach or lighten the color of (hair) with dye so that some but not all strands are changed in color.
    See also:

    decorate