rubber ice

  1. Canadian. thin ice that shifts, cracks, or groans when crossed on foot.

Words Nearby rubber ice Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use rubber ice in a sentence

  • A folded floe and six miles of rubber ice were not sufficiently out of the way to constitute an impressive incident.

    Billy Topsail, M.D. | Norman Duncan
  • It was "India-rubber ice" no longer; it was cracked and brittle to the very shore.

    The Wolf's Long Howl | Stanley Waterloo
  • Now and again he ran nimbly over many yards of rubber ice, which yielded and groaned, but did not break.

  • I had no wish to slide on rubber-ice just for the sake of seeing it bend.

    The Prairie Mother | Arthur Stringer