iciness


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Related to iciness: gelidity, frostiness
  • noun

Synonyms for iciness

Synonyms for iciness

coldness due to a cold environment

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But the captain, for some unknown constitutional reason, had refrained from mentioning all this, and not till forced to it by Ahab's iciness did he allude to his one yet missing boy; ,
I'm used to room temperature, or well temperature, water or drinks and am surprised at others' penchant for iciness.
Like Frost, Nelson depicts the difficult life among small farms set off by stone walls and dotted with scrub orchards, but Nelson's Maine has a harder edge, his landscape literally infused with a corrosive iciness born of its proximity to the brooding and powerful North Atlantic, whose presence is palpable even in poems set miles from the sea.
One retailer asked Hill Station to reformulate an own-label product from a different supplier that was receiving complaints about iciness and poor texture.
While some of the images have the razor-sharp iciness one would expect to find at the South Pole, others are strangely warm, like those wood sidings brushed against the sky like abstract paintings in Amundsen-Scott Station Phase 3 (all work 2005) and the jumbled stacks of books on communal library shelves.
The musicianship was impeccable, but the band's iciness melted only briefly on numbers such as "1979" and "Tonight, Tonight.
I say "if" because it is just possible that your daughter's question was prompted by detecting tension or iciness in the air, rather than by anything your mother-in-law said to her.
She said: "It is keeping the secrets and the grief around them which contributes to her iciness.
They determined that carbohydrate-based fat replacers in nonfat ice cream may successfully reduce heat-shock defects, such as iciness.
I can't open a magazine or a newspaper without feeling a sense of iciness, a sense of distance.
As Barbara was to learn later, Danny's bluntness, his uninhibited talk and his ``thick skin'' response to Barbara's initial iciness were classic symptoms of Asperger's whose sufferers can be highly intelligent and logical but can'tread the sort of body language, tone of voice or verbal clues which the rest of use in our socialencounters.
There was an iciness, a sinking, a sickening of the heart--an unredeemed dreariness of thought.
Temperature fluctuations during storage and distribution lead to excessive coarseness and iciness in ice cream and other frozen desserts.