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icy-cold Line breaks: icy-cold

Definition of icy-cold in English:

adjective

Very cold: it was an icy-cold January morning
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  • He was regarded as a "relentless" and "extremely ambitious" police officer with an arrogant and "icy-cold" manner that lacked all warmth.
  • "Below Chris's warm, humble exterior is an icy-cold competitive person who keeps a close eye on how we're doing compared to others," says Main.
  • All our fresh produce had to come from Suez and Ahmed was used to seeing me plunge all the leafy vegetables into icy-cold water before drying them and storing in the fridge.

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