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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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  • I suddenly felt his warm, steady hands over my icy-cold ones.
  • I found myself submerged in icy-cold darkness, unable to get my head above water.
  • A permanent layer of icy-cold (4 degrees C) water 83 meters below the surface of Lake Ontario provides naturally cold water.

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