- free of ice.
- (of a harbor or other body of water) free at all times of the year of any ice that would impede navigation.
Origin of ice-free
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Examples from the Web for ice-free
That would have meant a fully re-vegetated (that is, lush with elk food) ice-free corridor.Incontrovertible Evidence Proves the First Americans Came From Asia
March 27, 2014
New research suggests the Arctic Ocean could be ice-free by 2015, with devastating consequences for the world.The End of the Arctic? Ocean Could be Ice Free by 2015
December 13, 2013
In just a few decades, the same ship may be able to sail all the way to an ice-free North Pole.Shocking Climate-Change Photos
October 13, 2009
In this group of Islands is one which has an ice-free front.The Land of Tomorrow
William B Stephenson, Jr.
Once it was the only ice-free port in the whole of North China.The International Development of China
Troops, munitions, supplies, must go down by rail to an ice-free port.The Valley of Vision
Henry Van Dyke
According to Madame Marie I was certainly bound for an ice-free port!Sweethearts at Home
S. R. Crockett
Two rows of buoys marked an ice-free strip across the choppy face of the sea.Check and Checkmate