Definitions

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  • adj. Hung with icicles.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having icicles attached.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Covered with icicles: as, the icicled eaves.

Etymologies

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icicle +‎ -ed

Examples

  • They drank deeply inserting their icicled faces onto our dixies; nice people!

    Work Camp 10760 L

  • Situation: all the front of six drawers of a chest-high freezer were all icicled-up LJ says this isn't a word; I say it is.

    sorry day

  • Outside, in the dying light, he could see a vast lawn deep in snow, bordered with hedges and gardens-all lumps and mounds of white-and dotted with icicled statuary.

    Dance Of Death

  • It was three stories in the air, with battlements and embrasures and narrow icicled windows, and the innumerable electric lights inside made a gorgeous transparency of the great central hall.

    Flappers and Philosophers

  • Of beard that twinkled with frost, and hung to the icicled borders

    The Coming of the Princess and Other Poems

  • It was three stories in the air, with battlements and embrasures and narrow icicled windows, and the innumerable electric lights inside made

    Flappers and Philosophers

  • How mysterious this ice, how ghostly this snow, and all the beautiful fantastic shapes taken by both; the dream-like foliage, and feathers and furs of the snow, the Gothic diablerie of icicled eaves, all the fairy fancies of the frost, the fretted crystal shapes that hang the brook-side with rarer than Venetian glass, the strange flowers that stealthily overlay the windows, even while we watch in vain for the unseen hand!

    Vanishing Roads and Other Essays

  • His attic under the icicled tiles was dark and narrow as the grave.

    The Divine Fire

  • The lights from the windows of the large buildings fell upon some of the icicled trees that stood beneath them.

    The School Days of an Indian Girl

  • Where winter wolves bark amid wastes of snow and icicled trees;

    Walt Whitman

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