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Monday, August 22, 2011

Definitions for glace

  1. Ice placed in a drink to cool it.

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Citations for glace
The serving girl brought the glace-Thiago inspected his plate with satisfaction. George R. R. Martin, Gardner Dozois, Songs of the Dying Earth
This morning at breakfast - she calls it "dejuner" - much to the waiter's astonishment, she ordered "cafe o'lay with milk, and at dinner, frozen champagne glace. David Ross Locke, Nasby In Exile
Origin of glace
Glace derives from the Canadian-French word for "ice."