Definition for iced (2 of 2)
- a diamond or diamonds.
- protection money paid to the police by the operator of an illicit business.
- a fee that a ticket broker pays to a theater manager in order to receive a favorable allotment of tickets.
verb (used with object), iced, ic·ing.
- to settle or seal; make sure of, as by signing a contract: We'll ice the deal tomorrow.
- to make (a business arrangement) more attractive by adding features or benefits: The star pitcher wouldn't sign his new contract until the team iced it with a big bonus.
- to kill, especially to murder: The mobsters threatened to ice him if he went to the police.
verb (used without object), iced, ic·ing.
Origin of ice
Examples from the Web for iced
Upon entering, I spot Sevigny seated in the back, feasting on a plate of oysters, a goat cheese salad, and iced tea.Chloe Sevigny on ‘The Cosmopolitans,’ New York’s Frat Boy Takeover, and ‘Asshole’ Michael Alig|Marlow Stern|August 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The international model showcased her voice in an ad campaign for Lipton iced tea that appeared in Japan.Miranda Kerr Records Elvis Cover, Beyonce Performs in Versace|The Fashion Beast Team|February 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Have you begun asking yourself why cell phones and cities and iced coffee makes men want to seek death on alien planets?Between Boredom and Terror: One US Soldier’s Letters from Afghanistan|Brian Castner|February 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And once or twice a week, I will brew three gallon batches of iced tea, and put it in refrigeration.
I can watch Dodgeball any afternoon, with a glass of iced tea.Guillermo Del Toro on ‘Cabinet of Curiosities,’ Collaborating with Kanye West, and More|Marlow Stern|November 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Served either hot or iced, this is a nourishing and delicious beverage.New Royal Cook Book|Anonymous
A servant came in with a pitcher of iced grape juice and some cake.Fast Nine|Alan Douglas
Iced lemonade should also be served here, and the room never left without an attendant.Social Life|Maud C. Cooke
Then, indeed, "it was not blood which ran in his veins, but iced wine.""Persons Unknown"|Virginia Tracy
Add the iced water a little at a time, being careful to distribute the water evenly through the mixture.Quantity Cookery|Lenore Richards
British Dictionary definitions for iced (1 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for iced (2 of 3)
- to relieve shyness, etc, esp between strangers
- to be the first of a group to do something
- to shoot the puck from one end of the rink to the other
- to select which players will play in a game
Word Origin for ice
British Dictionary definitions for iced (3 of 3)
abbreviation for (in Britain)
Science definitions for iced
Idioms and Phrases with iced
see break the ice; cut no ice; on ice; on thin ice; put on ice; tip of the iceberg.