ice-cold ice-cold


  • (adj) as cold as ice


  1. After a week spent starving in a basement deep below the prison, Walker and 85 comrades were flushed out when their dungeon was flooded with ice-cold water.
  2. A short, stocky man with dynamic energy and ice-cold grey-blue eyes, Serov stayed behind the scenes, but his techniques were soon noticed.
  3. Next to the electric outlet, hardly any American invention is as omnipresent as ice-cold cola.


  1. Sanford snubbed at faith conference

    The South Carolina lawmaker receives an ice-cold reception from a crowd of social conservatives.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Politico

  2. Consider a healthier alternative to carbonated drinks

    On warm summer days nothing is more refreshing than an ice-cold carbonated drink. Unfortunately, the leading brands of soft drinks contain levels of calories, sugar, and sodium that disqualify them as healthy choices.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Oxford Press


  • "I expect an unbelievably tight match as we cannot allow ourselves any mistakes because for any mistake we make, they will punish us in an ice-cold way," Low said. "They are the top favourites for the World Cup. They have so many players able...
    on Jun 30, 2010 By: Joachim Loew Source: SkySports

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