from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Covered over with ice.
- adj. Chilled with ice.
- adj. Decorated or coated with icing.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. With ice added.
- adj. Very cold, but not necessarily containing ice.
- adj. Covered with icing.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ice.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Covered with ice.
- adj. Chilled with ice; ; -- of beverages.
- adj. Covered with something resembling ice, as sugar icing; frosted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Covered with ice; converted into ice; frozen.
- Cooled with ice; very cold: as, iced tea; iced wine.
- Covered with concreted sugar; frosted: as, iced cake.
- In botany, covered with particles like icicles.
So, cut first, cook for 2 mins, then cool very quickly in iced water.
The settlement will keep me in iced tea and sunscreen while I surface interval between dives in Manzanillo or Cabo.
The Bill O'Reilly “Where's my mother-fuckin 'iced tea?” ramble comes from ancient stereotypes, but just as much from the crack-infused, Tourette's-ravings of the unplugged and unhinged Whitney Houston we discovered via her “reality” show.
Make sure you grate them in iced water and drain them well before mixing with watercress.
I like limes for many things, but they just don't cut it in iced tea.
Afterwards I had my local teashoppe’s Rooibos Mango blend, iced from a flask, which was quite good — but I think iced teas generally need more tartness along with the sweet, so I’ll have to give a thumbs down to the rooibos mango blend iced, even though it’s quite good as a hot tea.
Tony, I am LOVING the idea of iced green tea with lime.
The Vietnamese restaurants serve a coffee, hot or iced, that is dark, sweet and has condensed mild added.
Too much punch was drunk, iced, which is a deadly thing, and worse still when the foundation is laid in oranged tea!
He was asked if beer would be on the menu at the second talk and he said a definite "no", following that up with the idea of iced tea, Kool Aid, etc.