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ice block

noun

  1. a flavoured frozen water ice: in Australia and New Zealand, sometimes on a stick


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Example Sentences

Apart from heat lost in transferring the heated body to the ice block, the method is theoretically perfect.

By this time the ice-block had come near enough to let the strange object upon it be plainly seen.

He made out a shapeless white object ahead, and coming to another crack he scrambled to the top of an ice-block and leaped again.

The grounded piece off our starboard beam was forced in and driven against the big ice block under our starboard quarter.

Selecting the leeward side of an ice block, I dug a trench in the snow, using the fire-pan as a shovel.

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