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  • noun Plural form of icecream.

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Examples

  • You can use this for any kind of topping on deserts and also in icecreams like you would use butterscotch.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • You can use this for any kind of topping on deserts and also in icecreams like you would use butterscotch.

    Crunchy Fruity Slurp

  • But on a sour note, sweets just aren't what they were anymore and have mutated into other forms such as icecreams and hot drinks and why did Bounty Bars have to lose that bit of cardboard in them?

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • Particularly liked ...icecreams for dreamstorming ...

    Eat and Drink Write

  • He could not believe how hard it was to try and find shade or respite from the varying temperatures and weather conditions whilst people threw things to them or constantly tapped on the glass also he had trouble coping with seeing people young and old alike who would glare through the windows into the compounds whilst eating hamburgers, chips or icecreams whilst he had to wait till meal time.

    Goodbye to Tatiana

  • We got icecreams and Jean was very concerned, 'They don't have purple ones I'm afraid mummy, no icecream for mummy!

    Snell-Pym » Cheltenham Science Festival 09

  • Remember Natural's sitaphal and lychee and tender coconut and all those icecreams?

    Lychee Icecream & Happy Mother's Day

  • It didn't get as hard as other homemade icecreams I've made.

    Chocolate Thrill Ice Cream

  • The best thing about Amul is their icecreams are made from milk unlike the ones made from cream so one can have 2 helpings of Amul instead of a rich creamy single helping of the other brands.

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  • The best thing about Amul is their icecreams are made from milk unlike the ones made from cream so one can have 2 helpings of Amul instead of a rich creamy single helping of the other brands.

    Archive 2007-04-01

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