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  • n. An ice block, a block of ice.
  • n. An ice lolly.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

ice +‎ block


  • Having your child suck on an iceblock or ice cube before taking the big, bad gulp will numb the taste buds long enough to get the medicine down.

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  • He plunged his old whitehaired body into the sea and swam to the first iceblock from where he spent the days remaining to him leaping from one block to the next, putting his ear to the surface of each.

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  • Also I suspect that the paladin bubble, the druid sleep, the mage iceblock or blink, the shaman stoneclaw totem or the rogue vanish would have been equally useless.

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  • I'll be watching just to hear the announcers explain to America why a mage would iceblock because ice mages are irresponsible aggro-pullers on boss fights.

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  • Bond Street fascinated her; Bond Street early in the morning in the season; its flags flying; its shops; no splash; no glitter; one roll of tweed in the shop where her father had bought his suits for fifty years; a few pearls; salmon on an iceblock.

    Mrs. Dalloway

  • When aware of the approach of their human visitors, they would slide off an iceblock into the water, holding their cubs in their arms, and ducking up and down in the sea as if in sport.

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  • After a 90 minute tour through there was a 30 minute walk uphill back to the parking lot - it was tiring work so I rewarded myself and Dan with a customary Callipo iceblock TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • This time Jacob was feeling unwell, but a stop in Mt Beauty for an iceblock fixed all that up. Recent Updates


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