Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of ice pack.

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Examples

  • The edge of the icepack was a noisy place, with billions of tons of ice in constant movement.

    Red Storm Rising

  • His path to the icepack was a hundred miles wide and three hundred fathoms deep.

    Red Storm Rising

  • She needs to have an icepack on the incision site 20 minutes on, 20 minutes off, and she needs help placing it.

    Tew's Day!

  • One advantage of the massive icepack is that it provides a "scaffolding . . . infrastructure for the detectors," holding them steady, Jonathan Feng, a particle physicist and cosmologist at the University of California at Irvine, explained in a phone interview.

    IceCube opens up a window on energy in the universe

  • One morning my mother came down the stairs holding an icepack over a black eye.

    History of a Suicide

  • I also have an icepack on my hand because I pushed a bit too hard to get it done on time.

    Bad Line Alert

  • Zadorecky said he yelled to his wife to call 911 and then went to see what help he could be, later offering one of the injured an icepack for his head.

    Driver charged after 5 Amish farmers killed in crash

  • One advantage of the massive icepack is that it provides a "scaffolding . . . infrastructure for the detectors," holding them steady, Jonathan Feng, a particle physicist and cosmologist at the University of California at Irvine, explained in a phone interview.

    IceCube opens up a window on energy in the universe

  • Zadorecky said he yelled to his wife to call 911 and then went to see what help he could be, later offering one of the injured an icepack for his head.

    Driver charged after 5 Amish farmers killed in crash

  • One morning my mother came down the stairs holding an icepack over a black eye.

    History of a Suicide

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