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ice-free Line breaks: ice-free

Definition of ice-free in English:

adjective

Free from or not covered by ice: the Gulf Stream keeps the Norwegian coast ice-free all year round the annual ice-free period begins between late June and mid July
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  • We headed back north of Bridgeman Island in hopes of getting to the relatively ice-free waters of the eastern Bransfield Basin.
  • The extra shelter from the riverside developments saw the walkways stay ice-free last week.
  • In winter, a sunny location will help an electric heater keep the water ice-free.

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