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break the ice to relieve social tensions caused by formal conventions or awkwardness.
camphor ice a medicinal ointment composed of wax, camphor, and oil used chiefly to treat minor skin problems.
de-ice to keep free of ice or remove ice from.
Dry Ice trademark for solidified carbon dioxide that evaporates as a gas at a very low temperature without passing through a liquid phase, used as a refrigerant.
ice age a long period of time when glaciers covered large parts of the earth.
ice bag a small waterproof bag that is filled with ice and applied to a part of the body to relieve swelling, pain, or the like; ice pack.
ice cream a rich, sweet, frozen food made by mixing cream and milk products. Ice cream is made in many different flavors.
ice cube one of the small, usually cube-shaped, pieces of ice made by freezing water in a divided tray, which may be added to drinks or packed around things to keep them cold; ice.
ice field a large mass of floating sea ice, larger than an ice floe and usu. at least five miles wide. [2 definitions]
ice floe a piece of ice floating in the sea, ranging in size from very small to almost five miles across.
ice hockey see hockey.
ice milk a kind of frozen dessert similar to ice cream but made with skim milk rather than cream.
ice pack see pack ice. [2 definitions]
ice pick a pointed metal tool used to chip or break ice into small pieces.
ice sheet a thick layer of ice covering a large area for an extended period of time.
ice shelf a thick layer of glacial ice that is frozen solid near shore but floats as it extends out to sea.
ice skate a short boot with a sharp blade attached to the bottom, used for skating on ice.
ice water a drink consisting of water and ice cubes or crushed ice.
ice-cold extremely cold. [2 definitions]
ice-skate to skate on ice.