- n. Plural form of iceberg.
“_A glacier running down a steep narrow canyon and out into the deep water, and forming icebergs at its point, would maintain its slender, tongue-like form, and drop its débris on each side, forming parallel ridges, and would not form a terminal moraine because the materials not dropped previously would be carried off by icebergs_.”
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“The same people who used to fish now harvest icebergs from a floating barge, using a grapple crane to break off chunks of ice.”
“The former vice president’s film shows dramatic film of big chunks of ice breaking off glaciers, but the “calving” of icebergs is a normal, natural process involved in the growth of glaciers into the sea.”
“Icebergs are not melting because the ocean is warming up, but because the icebergs are actually expanding into warming waters.”
“Our icebergs are the hidden emotions that we and others forget about until we bump into them.”
“Large bodies of ice, called icebergs, filled up the valleys between high mountains, so dark as, when contrasted with the snow, to appear black.”
“Great masses of ice called icebergs and ice floes are floating through this ocean.”
“_ These, which indeed have often been called icebergs, are distinguished from true icebergs not only by their size, but also by the way in which they are formed.”
“I only call the icebergs the principal passengers, because they take up so much room; for thousands and millions of other travellers come with them, -- from the white bears asleep on the bergs, and brought away quite against their will, to the tiniest little creatures rocking in the cradles of the ripples, or clinging to the delicate branches of the sea-mosses.”
“The icebergs were a gemlike radiant blue, contrasting with the charcoal-colored mountainsides behind them.”
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