Did you perhaps mean deicing?
- v. present participle of de-ice.
“While backup generators were on hand in some places, generators had to be brought to storage areas for fuel and de-icing fluid.”
“I don't mind the occasional de-icing, but this was over the top.”
“Bluestocking – de-icing planes sounds very serious – you are far more intrepid than me!”
“Since most modern freezers defrost automatically, we're spared the big chore of routinely emptying and de-icing them.”
“Wrestling and wrangling winter gear adds probably something like 40 minutes of work to my day, not counting shoveling the snow, de-icing the car, etc. Gah!”
“That might mean planes will require more de-icing, he said, though other researchers weren't so sure.”
“Even rich countries can be caught off guard: Witness the thousands stranded when Heathrow skimped on de-icing supplies and let five inches of snow ground flights for two days before Christmas.”
“Unlike the snowstorms, which must be followed by removal and de-icing of the aircraft, "when the rain stops, the airlines can fly almost immediately," said Hunter Keay, an airline analyst for Wolfe Trahan & Co.”
“The plane, a single-engine Socata TBM-700, had de-icing equipment, but investigators haven't determined whether it had been activated or perhaps turned on too late.”
“Vehicles that have been exposed to corrosive materials for road de-icing may have excessive corrosion in the left or right rear suspension lower link bracket.”
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