ice-cold

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Etymology[edit]

Old English īsceald, corresponding to ice +‎ cold.

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ice-cold (comparative more ice-cold, superlative most ice-cold)

  1. As cold as ice; very cold.
  2. Without emotion; distant.
    The way she stared him down and walked away...everyone in the room could tell she was ice-cold.

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