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  • noun A bag filled with ice; used to cool a part of the body, for example to reduce swelling.

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Examples

  • ` ` It was when I was going up for a shot, '' Richardson said, while keeping a large icebag on his ailing ankle.

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  • He played 15 minutes and finished the contest with an icebag on his hand.

    NCAA Men's Basketball - Missouri vs. Kansas

  • THE BODY OFULYSSESMAXWELL lay motionless on its bunk in the county jail on Natividad Road, an icebag balanced on its forehead.

    The Girls He Adored

  • THE BODY OFULYSSESMAXWELL lay motionless on its bunk in the county jail on Natividad Road, an icebag balanced on its forehead.

    The Girls He Adored

  • THE BODY OFULYSSESMAXWELL lay motionless on its bunk in the county jail on Natividad Road, an icebag balanced on its forehead.

    The Girls He Adored

  • In cases of very severe sickness, swallowing small scraps of ice before and after a spoonful of _consommé_ or jelly is desirable, and an icebag should be applied to the spine.

    The Girl's Own Paper, Vol. VIII, No. 355, October 16, 1886

  • Mother wasn't handy, Aunty May had the icebag on her head, and there wasn't anyone else within reach.

    Torchy

  • Féré found that the application of a mustard plaster to the skin, or an icebag, or a hot-water bottle, or even a light touch with a painter's brush, all exerted a powerful effect in increasing muscular work with the ergograph.

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 4 Sexual Selection In Man

  • Rippon, third heading into today's free skate, was all trussed up in tensor bandages and icebag after the short, with a hockey-style bruise beneath his left eye, courtesy of the collision.

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  • Rippon, third heading into today's free skate, was all trussed up in tensor bandages and icebag after the short, with a hockey-style bruise beneath his left eye, courtesy of the collision.

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