ice cold

IPA: ˈaɪskoʊɫd

noun

  • Alternative spelling of ice-cold. [(Australia, slang) A cold serving of beer.]

adjective

  • Alternative spelling of ice-cold. [As cold as ice; very cold.]

icecold

IPA: ˈaɪskoʊɫd

adjective

  • Alternative form of ice-cold [As cold as ice; very cold.]

ice-cold

IPA: ˈaɪskˈoʊɫd

noun

  • (Australia, slang) A cold serving of beer.

adjective

  • As cold as ice; very cold.
  • Without emotion; distant.

Examples of "icecold" in Sentences

    Examples of "ice-cold" in Sentences

    • It was Sadat who made peace with Israel, which Mubarak inherited, transforming it into an ice-cold peace.
    • A wave of ice-cold terror hit me as my eyes rapidly flicked back and forth on the river, searching for Buhodu.
    • For Moses, it’s an ice-cold mystery he just can’t outrun, even with the help of psychologist Alex Delaware and detective Milo Sturgis.
    • So if we fill the tank up or the body up with ice-cold saline and drop the body temperature, then the body doesn't require as much blood; it doesn't require delivery of oxygen to the tissues because the metabolic rate of the body goes down fairly dramatically.

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