icehouse icehouse


  • (n) a house for storing ice


  1. In Chicago last April sex-curious George Rogalski, 14, lured Dorette Zietlow, 2, into an abandoned icehouse, stripped her and left her there to die.
  2. We have finally been given an alternative to Today, with its icehouse atmosphere and the reptilian Barbara Walters.
  3. It pounced on the windows, frosting them up, and turned the plane into an icehouse.


  • 'Shaken, not Stirred:' West blast survivors attend local benefit

    NEW BRAUNFELS — Roughly 450 attendees — including bikers, musicians, business owners and volunteers — piled into River Road Icehouse on Sunday afternoon for the #PrayForWest Father’s Day Benefit.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung


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furtive furtive
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