ice chest

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ice′ chest`

an insulated box that holds ice and is used for keeping food or beverages cold.
[1835–45, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: chest - a refrigerator for cooling liquidsice chest - a refrigerator for cooling liquids  
icebox, refrigerator - white goods in which food can be stored at low temperatures
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Always, keep a face mist in your ice chest, so you can mist your face and body while on the beach.
One day he brought an ice chest full of the Maharlika brand of Peking duck from Davao (whole and in assorted cuts) for us to experiment with.
The Tackle Center Cooler is an ice chest combined with a tackle center conveniently built into one unit.
Fully equipped with a four foot exhaust hood, flat top grill, two-eye burner, fryer, hot box for food storage, hot water heater, freezer, refrigerator, ice chest, three compartment sink, hand sink, and two 50 lbs.
We had an old, worn out ice chest, destined for the landfill.
Then I whistle and they jump right back into this ice chest and I take 'em home.
Obtain dry ice, an ice chest, safety goggles and work gloves, a large bowl, four garbage bags, water, dirt, a hammer, measuring utensils, and a wooden spoon.
which I then put into an ice chest and cover completely with ice.
The patent-pending ice chest accessory that allows easy removal and insertion of one gallon size containers is now also available for half gallon size containers at www.
And the best tool for the job is the very container you'll use to carry the food: a big, insulated ice chest.
As I study the beverage station located at the end of the divine food line, I subconsciously note an ice chest of canned carbonated drinks, a couple of pitchers of lemonade, and a score of gallon jugs filled with tea.
Storage is plentiful, including above-deck rod trays, built-in tackle trays and a 30quart, self-draining ice chest.