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ice |aɪs| — water frozen in the solid state
ice up |ˈaɪs ʌp| — become covered with a layer of ice; of a surface such as a window
ice-age |ˈaɪsˈeɪdʒ| — Any of several cold periods in the history of the earth marked by episodes of extensive glaciation alternating with episodes of relative warmth.
ice-axe |ˈaɪs æks| — An axe used by mountaineers to cut footholds in the ice
ice-bag |ˈaɪsbæɡ| — A waterproof bag with a wide-mouthed stopper designed to hold ice, for service as an ice pack.
ice-boat |ˈaɪsbəʊt| — Alternative spelling of ice boat.
ice-breaker |ˈaɪsˌbreɪkə| — Alternative spelling of icebreaker.
ice-cold |kəʊld| — as cold as ice
ice-cream |aɪs ˈkriːm| — (uncountable) A dessert made from frozen sweetened cream or a similar substance, usually flavoured.
ice-field |ˈaɪsfiːld| — a network of interconnected glaciers or ice streams having a common source
ice-floe |ˈaɪsfləʊ| — A flat mass of floating ice, smaller than an ice field.
ice-hockey |ˈaɪsˌhɒkɪ| — A form of hockey played on an ice rink with a puck rather than ball.
ice-house |ˈaɪshaʊs| — Alternative spelling of icehouse.
ice-pack |ˈaɪspæk| — a large floating mass of ice; pack ice
ice-rink |ˈaɪsrɪŋk| — A specially frozen surface of water on which people skate or play ice hockey.
ice-show |ˈaɪs ʃəʊ| — an entertainment performed by ice skaters
ice-skate |ˈaɪs skeɪt| — a light boot, fitted with a blade, used for skating on ice
ice-yacht |ˈaɪsjɒt| — A craft, in the broad shape of a yacht, fitted with skis or runners so as to sail on the ice.
iceberg |ˈaɪsbɜːrɡ| — a large mass of ice floating at sea; usually broken off of a polar glacier
iceblink |ˈaɪsˌblɪŋk| — A glare in the sky caused by reflection of light from an ice field
iceboat |ˈaɪsbəʊt| — a ship with a reinforced bow to break up ice and keep channels open for navigation
icebound |ˈaɪsbaʊnd| — locked in by ice
icebox |ˈaɪsbɑːks| — white goods in which food can be stored at low temperatures
icebreaker |ˈaɪsbreɪkər| — a ship with a reinforced bow to break up ice and keep channels open for navigation
iced |aɪst| — With ice added.
icefield |ˈaɪsfiːld| — Alternative spelling of ice field.
icehouse |ˈaɪshaʊs| — a house for storing ice
Icelander |ˈaɪsləndər| — a native or inhabitant of Iceland
Icelandic |æɪsˈlændɪk| — a Scandinavian language that is the official language of Iceland
iceman |ˈaɪsmæn| — someone who cuts and delivers ice
ichneumon |ɪkˈnjuːmən| — northern African mongoose; in ancient times thought to devour crocodile eggs
ichor |ˈaɪkɔː| — (Greek mythology) the rarified fluid said to flow in the veins of the Gods
ichthyography |ˌɪkθiːˈɑːɡrəfiː| — The scientific description of fishes.
ichthyoid |ˈɪkθiːɔɪd| — Characteristic of fish
ichthyologist |ˌɪkθɪˈɒlədʒɪst| — a zoologist who studies fishes
ichthyology |ˌɪkθiːˈɑːlədʒiː| — the branch of zoology that studies fishes
ichthyophagous |ɪkθiːˈɑːfəɡəs| — (biology) feeding on fish
ichthyosaur |ˈɪkθɪəsɔː| — any of several marine reptiles of the Mesozoic having a body like a porpoise with dorsal and tail fins and paddle-shaped limbs
ichthyosaurus |ˌɪkθiːəˈsɔːrəs| — ichthyosaurs of the Jurassic
icicle |ˈaɪsɪkl| — ice resembling a pendent spear, formed by the freezing of dripping water
icily |ˈaɪsəlɪ| — in a cold and icy manner
icing |ˈaɪsɪŋ| — the formation of frost or ice on a surface
icing-sugar — (UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand) Powdered sugar.
icon |ˈaɪkɑːn| — (computer science) a graphic symbol (usually a simple picture) that denotes a program or a command or a data file or a concept in a graphical user interface
iconic |aɪˈkɑːnɪk| — relating to or having the characteristics on an icon
iconize |ˈaɪkənaɪz| — To form an image or likeness of someone
iconoclast |aɪˈkɑːnəklæst| — a destroyer of images used in religious worship
iconoclastic |ˌkɑːnəˈklæstɪk| — characterized by attack on established beliefs or institutions
iconographic — Of or pertaining to a religious icon.
iconography |ˌaɪkəˈnɑːɡrəfɪ| — the images and symbolic representations that are traditionally associated with a person or a subject
iconoscope |aɪˈkɑːnəskəʊp| — the first practical television-camera for picture pickup; invented in 1923 by Vladimir Kosma Zworykin
icteric |ɪkˈterɪk| — affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin etc
icterus |ˈɪktərəs| — yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes caused by an accumulation of bile pigment (bilirubin) in the blood; can be a symptom of gallstones or liver infection or anemia
ictus |ˈɪktəs| — a sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease
icy |ˈaɪsɪ| — devoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain