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  • noun Plural form of icebox.

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Examples

  • The United States Government through its agencies will provide for the storage, at the sole risk of the owner, of the more substantial household items, such as iceboxes, washing machines, pianos and other heavy furniture.

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  • The United States Government through its agencies will provide for the storage, at the sole risk of the owner, of the more substantial household items, such as iceboxes, washing machines, pianos and other heavy furniture.

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  • Perhaps surprisingly, the working classes continued to purchase their radios and electric iceboxes.

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  • Perhaps surprisingly, the working classes continued to purchase their radios and electric iceboxes.

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  • Perhaps surprisingly, the working classes continued to purchase their radios and electric iceboxes.

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  • Sam entered a world of iceboxes, horse-drawn buggies and, commonly, outhouses.

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  • Back in the day when people used iceboxes to keep food cold, the iceman was a constant visitor in everyone's home, but once refrigerators became affordable, the iceman went the way of the Dodo bird.

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  • Food turned rancid in leaky, moldy wooden iceboxes but was often eaten anyway.

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  • Because the microphones picked up the sound of the gears grinding in the cameras, the cameras had to be placed in iceboxes—small, airless rooms with thick plate glass windows through which the movie was photographed, thus reducing superb lenses to mediocre ones.

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  • Back in the day when people used iceboxes to keep food cold, the iceman was a constant visitor in everyone's home, but once refrigerators became affordable, the iceman went the way of the Dodo bird.

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