Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling ice cream or some aspect of it.

Etymologies

ice-cream +‎ -y (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The only thing that stands in my way to depart to Paradise is, that I do not own ice cream maker / I am from Prague, Czech Republic /,is there any possibility to make it ice-creamy in a different way?

    chocolate sorbet | smitten kitchen

  • "I'm here, Miss Mary," gurgled an ice-creamy voice at the door.

    Captivating Mary Carstairs

  • Finally, at Powder Keg Diplomacy bar in Battersea, the new Winter Cargo cocktail is a delicious ice-creamy, rummy martini made with dark rum, orange brandy, salted caramel ice-cream, shaken or blitzed with a blender and served straight up with crumbled honeycomb garnish.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Quaffs include actual beer -- nectar to grown-ups after all the lines-as well as Butterbeer, the butterscotchy drink of Quidditch champions that's also served in ice-creamy, frozen form.

    FOXNews.com

  • Software that is actually doing difficult and tedious stuff, but that puts a lovely and nice ice-creamy venear onto the top of it.

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  • He's in the television studio, with his 1970s coif, a melting dollop of ice-creamy hair dripping across his forehead.

    Books news, reviews and author interviews | guardian.co.uk

  • Cut into one, and you'll find pockets full of ice-creamy yellow flesh emanating an aroma not unlike mild bleu cheese and sweet melon.

    Colorado Springs Independent

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