Crossword clues for iced
- Treated, as a sprained ankle
- With 21-Across, like many rivers in winter
- Stuck in the freezer
- Tended to, as a strain
- Covered in frosting
- Sewn up
- ___ tea (summer drink)
- Coffee shop menu adjective
- Finished up, as cupcakes
- ___ tea
- Like tea, sometimes
- Like summer tea
- Like a summer drink
- Hit a puck too far
- In the cooler
- Held in reserve
- Puck's fate, at times
- Like some coffee or tea
- Like tea in summer
- One the rocks
- Readied champagne
- Readied the bubbly
- Like a summer tea
- How caviar is served
- Like a wedding cake
- In a solid state
- Sent a puck too far
- Shot the puck too far
- Settled, as a deal
- Like many cakes
- Like some tea
- Decorated, as a cake
- Clinched, as a victory
- Sewed up
- Like an eclair
- Chilled the Chablis
- Like white wine at a restaurant
- Bumped off
- Like most cupcakes
- Kind of tea
- Like some drinks
- Treated a sprain, perhaps
- Like shrimp during shipping
- Topped a torte
- What a swollen joint should be
- One way to serve coffee
- Like some coffee
- Put away
- Secured, as a deal
- Like summer drinks
- Coffee choice
- Prevented from swelling, maybe
- Like birthday cakes
- Like a gin fizz
- Knocked off, in a way
- Like some twisted ankles
- On the rocks
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Ice \Ice\ ([imac]s), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Iced ([imac]st); p. pr. & vb. n. Icing ([imac]"s[i^]ng).]
To cover with ice; to convert into ice, or into something resembling ice.
To cover with icing, or frosting made of sugar and milk or white of egg; to frost, as cakes, tarts, etc.
To chill or cool, as with ice; to freeze.
Iced \Iced\ ([imac]st), a.
Covered with ice.
Chilled with ice; as, iced water; iced tea; iced coffee; -- of beverages.
(Cookery) Covered with something resembling ice, as sugar icing; frosted; as, iced cake.
Iced cream. Same as Ice cream, under Ice.
1 With ice added. 2 Very cold, but not necessarily containing ice. 3 Covered with icing. Etymology 2
(en-past of: ice)
Iced may refer to:
- Iced, a 1988 film also known as Blizzard of Blood
- "Iced" (CSI), a fifth-season episode of the crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
- Iced!, an immigration video game
- International Conference on Engineering Design, organised by The Design Society
- A term for a person under the influence of the drug methamphetamine
- International Consortium for Educational Development 1
Usage examples of "iced".
The beeper attached to my waistband went off just as the waitress returned with my iced coffee.
Has the strut, his bling bling, has his girls iced up, big spinning rims on his car, a heavy bass in his sound box.
I wanted to drive deep into the Atchafalaya Swamp, past the confines of reason, into the past, into a world of lost dialects, gator hunters, busthead whiskey, moss harvesters, Jax beer, trotline runners, moonshiners, muskrat trappers, cockfights, bloodred boudin, a jigger of Jim Beam lowered into a frosted schooner of draft, outlaw shrimpers, dirty rice black from the pot, hogmeat cooked in rum, Pearl and Regal and Grand Prize and Lone Star iced down in washtubs, crawfish boiled with cob corn and artichokes, all of it on the tree-flooded, alluvial rim of the world, where the tides and the course of the sun were the only measures of time.
She prepared the iced water which he was in the habit of constantly drinking,for since his sojourn at the kiosk he had been parched by the most violent fever,after which she anointed his white beard with perfumed oil, and lighted his chibouque, which he sometimes smoked for hours together, quietly watching the wreaths of vapor that ascended in spiral clouds and gradually melted away in the surrounding atmosphere.
She prepared the iced water which he was in the habit of constantly drinking, -- for since his sojourn at the kiosk he had been parched by the most violent fever, -- after which she anointed his white beard with perfumed oil, and lighted his chibouque, which he sometimes smoked for hours together, quietly watching the wreaths of vapor that ascended in spiral clouds and gradually melted away in the surrounding atmosphere.
He had finally discarded the couplet form, Rupert Gardin told me, as he refilled my glass with iced tea, just a short while before the ship came and rescued him.
Alithiel, the clansman traversed the iced spur of the rimrock that gashed the steep face of the hillside.
Mac, guzzled a large glass of iced tea and started on a second, without touching the food on his plate.
I stayed with him several nights in a row, continuously irrigating his stomach with iced saline, and pulling out the nasogastric tube when it got clogged and pushing it back in.
Before he could get the limo door shut, Puma was stuffing heavily sugar iced cinnamon-apple fritters into her face with both hands.
The only advantage of the cold was that quagmire iced over and they could set a straight course by the stars and ignore the twisting roddons and rivers.
Jackie picked up a couple of egg rolls and an iced tea at China Town and walked past the semicircle of cafe counters with her Saks bag, on display in her Islands Air uniform.
At Denver they rented a car and drove to Lake City, coming into it behind Slumgullion Pass, which was pretty well iced over.
Roasted haunches of grain fed zorcan, full bowls of rich whipped columa berries, platters of harten liver pates, iced serinfish, and trays of expensive tanga fruit were just a sampling of the offerings.
Arithon laid his cheek to iced stone, wrung wretched with shivering relief.