icecream truck

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icecream truck (plural icecream trucks)

  1. Alternative form of ice cream truck.
    • 1965, Donald M[erriam] Allen, Robert Creeley, editors, New American Story, New York, N.Y.: Grove Press, Inc., →LCCN, page 277:
      Have since moved through most of the far and southwest states as itinerant worker in ballparks, coliseums, icecream trucks, beanfields, etc, etc, settling for as long as a year at a time.
    • 1990, Seth Morgan, Homeboy, Vintage Books, →ISBN, page 237:
      Boisterously as children besieging an icecream truck, they jockeyed for position in one of the lines, playing the dozens with their homeys, finetuning their Tales, catching up on cellblock scuttlebutt.
    • 2005, Cody Goodfellow, “Kungmin Horangi: The People’s Tiger”, in Robert Hood, Robin Pen, editors, Daikaiju!: Giant Monster Tales, Agog! Press, →ISBN, page 220:
      They offered this awful, awesome thing, from which the recording of their song spewed like the tune of an icecream truck, as a gift, and the harbinger of a new golden age of humankind.