ice water

IPA: ˈaɪswˈɔtɝ


  • Cold water for drinking, either chilled in ice, or with the addition of ice cubes.

Examples of "ice-water" in Sentences

  • I've never seen a woman give birth in ice-water before.
  • As the crab is cooking you can get your ice-water bath ready.
  • Once she had left, I didn't bother looking back at the ice-water.
  • Once cooked, plunge vegetables into ice-water to stop them from cooking further.
  • Old Tarwater shook his head and shivered, for the ice-water had wet him to his knees.
  • Afflicted athletes should lie neck-deep in an ice-water bath supervised by physicians or athletic trainers, Casa says.
  • In its 2007 guidelines, the group recommends immersion in a cold or ice-water bath to cool the body as fast as possible.
  • Not to mention all the hail was turning this little pool into a nice ice-water bath, so your fingers would get cold in a hurry.
  • He lavishes a great deal of attention — again, rightly — on the comfortable cabins and their well-appointed bathrooms, which featured an ice-water spigot.
  • In a food processor or blender, combine beets, 4 cloves very fresh garlic, 1 chopped small red onion, 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard, 1 tablespoon high-quality sherry vinegar, sea salt and 2 cups ice-water.

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