A line of five America flags was snapping in the icy wind outside the rental office.
Third, for pol- icy purposes we need to know whether the results of these studies generalize.
Skutnick was a government worker who had plunged into the icy Potomac to rescue victims of a plane crash.
They are self-portraits of disasters seen through an icy lens.
To thaw his icy persona, Romney passed out his “famous” family chili and surrounded himself with bales of hay.
For one thing, the sun was lowering, and the evening wind was icy.
(p. 374) The weather was cold and an icy wind blew in their faces.
Up and up I rode, into the clouds and the night, into the veil of the world, into the icy winds of the heights.
For, like most fishermen in these icy waters, none of them knew how to swim.
My practice lies right down on the ground, wet through by that icy fog that is freezing me into something I do not recognize.
Excellent; good; cool: The old Valley Girl terms ''rad'' and ''icy'' still describe the very cool (1980s+ Teenagers)