- n. Plural form of ice cube.
“How can a country that cannot produce ice cubes in abundance be hopin" to palm itself off as a major civilization?”
“After delivering his one-word answer, he rolled to his feet in a single motion and crossed to the refrigerator, removing a tray of ice cubes from the freezer compartment.”
“The four fresh tank brigades which had been sent from the Reserve Army to the Smolensk area a week before had gone already — with the completeness of ice cubes in a cauldron of molten lead — and there was little more behind them.”
“Carol Abramowitz stared out the viewport into the endless reaches of space, startled to hear the mad, shuddering clinking of ice cubes coming from the drink in her hand, an actual Napoleon Brandy.”
“Emmett thumped his empty glass down on the counter, ice cubes rattling.”
“Lance swished the ice cubes in his glass and talked about the programs that he hoped were broadcasting in color: football, Mister Ed, The Beverly Hillbillies.”
“At the time it felt as if Ginsberg was over here, going “first thought best thought, first thought best thought,” and Howard Moss was over here, quietly watching the sun go down through his ice cubes after a day at the office writing a letter accepting a poem sent in by Elizabeth Bishop.”
“We found Poppy, Pussey, and Whippet waiting for us in the lounge, and when we were all sitting round with the ice cubes clinking in our tall glasses, Poppy suddenly turned on me,”
“The stolen sound is coming over loud and clear, down to the ice cubes bursting into the tumblers, and a coffee machine that generates more bass-sound than a symphony orchestra.”
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