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clear ice

noun
1.
glaze ice, especially on aircraft.
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  • Both walls of the crevasse were sheer precipices of clear ice.

    Rivers of Ice R.M. Ballantyne
  • How he longed to try the stretches of clear ice between the ridges!

    Brother Billy

    Frances Maragret Fox
  • I had been down to the lake looking to see if there was any clear ice for skating.

    The Putnam Hall Cadets

    Arthur M. Winfield
  • Beyond the drift there was a stretch of clear ice, and here Kazan rested.

    Kazan James Oliver Curwood
  • A piece of clear ice, like glass, was set into the roof of each to answer for a window.

    Ungava Bob

    Dillon Wallace
  • Into these he fitted slabs of clear ice, which formed windows as beautiful and useful as if they had been made of glass.

    Ungava R.M. Ballantyne
  • Warner watched him with a kind of horrified fascination as he shot over the clear ice.

    The Tree of Appomattox Joseph A. Altsheler
  • At serving time turn into punch bowl with one quart of shaved ice or a big block of clear ice.

  • However, there seemed to be at least eight inches of clear ice, which would suffice.

    The Blazed Trail Stewart Edward White
  • At some places the earthy strata alternate with strata of pure, clear ice.

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