Definition of Ice-skater

1. Noun. Someone who engages in ice skating.

Generic synonyms: Skater
Specialized synonyms: Speed Skater, Speedskater
Derivative terms: Ice Skate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ice-skater

ice-cream cone
ice-cream float
ice-cream soda
ice-cream sundae
ice-creamy
ice-floe
ice-free
ice-hockey player
ice-hockey rink
ice-jack
ice-out
ice-pick lobotomies
ice-pick lobotomy
ice-skate
ice-skated
ice-skater (current term)
ice-skates
ice-skating
ice-skating rink
ice-wagon
ice age
ice ages
ice ax
ice axe
ice axes
ice bag
ice bags
ice barrier
ice barriers
ice bath

Literary usage of Ice-skater

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Young Folk's Cyclopædia of Games and Sports by John Denison Champlin, Arthur Elmore Bostwick (1890)
"... friction is greater ; but the motion is not quite the same, and a good ice-skater is often unable to use roller-skates the first time he tries them on. ..."

2. History of Monmouth County, New Jersy, 1664-1920 by Lewis Historical Publishing Co (1922)
"He is a noted skater, and is a cousin of Morris Wood, now the world's champion ice skater, who on January 28, 1922, broke the world's record for two hundred ..."

3. The Britannica Year Book by Hugh Chisholm (1913)
"Practice эп rollers is gaining recognition as useful for the ice skater when ice is wanting. The winners of the principal championships of 1911-12 were as ..."

4. Beauty--its Attainment and Preservation by Butterick Publishing Company (1892)
"The ice-skater is out in the clear, fresh air, the purity of which searches the depths of his lungs and sets his blood to tingling most delightfully. ..."

5. Content Area Reading: A Heuristic Approach by Anthony V. Manzo, Ula Casale Manzo (1990)
"... nonetheless, believe otherwise, but they also tend to think that, initial aptitude notwithstanding, almost anyone can become a great ice skater, ..."

6. Story of the Automobile: Its History and Development from 1760 to 1917, with by Herbert Lee Barber (1917)
"... contains no more vibration than that in the glide of the expert ice skater, the crudeness, cumbersomeness and racking ..."

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