ice cream


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ice cream

n.
1. A sweet, smooth, frozen dessert made from dairy products such as cream or milk, sugar or other sweeteners, and flavorings.
2. A serving of this dessert: At the ball game, I bought an ice cream.

ice′-cream′ adj.

ice cream

n
(Cookery) a kind of sweetened frozen liquid, properly made from cream and egg yolks but often made from milk or a custard base, flavoured in various ways

ice′ cream`


n.
a frozen dessert made with cream or milk, sugar, flavoring, and sometimes eggs.
[1735–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ice cream - frozen dessert containing cream and sugar and flavoringice cream - frozen dessert containing cream and sugar and flavoring
frozen dessert - any of various desserts prepared by freezing
chocolate ice cream - ice cream flavored with chocolate
Neapolitan ice cream - a block of ice cream with 3 or 4 layers of different colors and flavors
peach ice cream - ice cream flavored with fresh peaches
strawberry ice cream - ice cream flavored with fresh strawberries
tutti-frutti - ice cream containing chopped candied fruits
vanilla ice cream - ice cream flavored with vanilla extract
Translations
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References in classic literature ?
Diana tried to explain what it was like, but I guess ice cream is one of those things that are beyond imagination.
I'll build myself a beautiful palace, with a thousand stables filled with a thousand wooden horses to play with, a cellar overflowing with lemonade and ice cream soda, and a library of candies and fruits, cakes and cookies.
There's a whole turkey to be kept for us, and a freezerful of ice cream.
One of us compared the harmony existing between a Haydn symphony and pistache ice cream to the exquisite congruity between Milly and Cypher's.
There was ice cream, actually two dishes of it, pink and white, and cake and fruit and distracting french bonbons and, in the middle of the table, four great bouquets of hot house flowers.
The cordial thanks of the Hosannah office are due, from editor down to devil, to the ever courteous and thought- ful Lord High Stew d of the Palace's Third Assistant V t for several sau- cets of ice cream a quality calculated to make the eye of the recipients hu- mid with gratitude; and it done it.
It contains soup, fish, roast meat, salad, apple-dumplings, ice cream and chocolate- drops, all boiled down to this small size, so it can be conveniently carried and swallowed when you are hungry and need a square meal.
Take-home Ice Cream is extremely popular with Mid-Lifers, only 22% of whom are Non-users of these products.
This book is full of references to the gross and disgusting things that can make it into ice cream and is not for the faint hearted.
Whether it's plain vanilla or chocolate, or with names like bittersweet chocolate chunks, s'mores, caramel swirl or peanut butter toffee, ice cream is enjoyed by 90 percent of this country's population.
Traditionally, it can take hours to freeze a mixture of milk, sugar, and other ingredients into ice cream that's ready to eat.