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.
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ice water

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


n.
1. ice-cold water.
2. melted ice.
[1715–25]
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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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"You can't swim in that ice water," said the harpooner confidentially to me.