ice water

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ice water

n.
1. Very cold or chilled water, especially for drinking, often with ice in it.
2. Melted ice.

ice water

n
1. water formed from ice
2. Also called: iced water drinking water cooled by refrigeration or the addition of ice

ice′ wa`ter


n.
1. ice-cold water.
2. melted ice.
[1715–25]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ice water - water served ice-cold or with iceice water - water served ice-cold or with ice  
drinking water - water suitable for drinking
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The next evening Nicodemus waylaid George and poured a bucket of ice-water over him.
Old Tarwater shook his head and shivered, for the ice-water had wet him to his knees.
Contract award notice: object of the contract is a service based on system maintenance server cooling with ice-water and energy supply located within the complex on ul.
As well as mud, fire, ice-water and a potential 10,000 volts of electric SHOCK there were underground tunnels and island hops to navigate.
The Assistant Chief Constable plunged into the chilly depths of an ice-water pool in full uniform to launch the 24-hour Super Plunge yesterday.
Ice, ice, ice," says Ananda, whose mother told her at an early age that the easiest way to have tight skin is to dunk your face in ice-water every morning.
It includes high-strength process and spot colors, high-gloss, and has good ice-water crinkle resistance.
Only the ice-water caloric test in the right ear produced a left-beating nystagmus.