Definition of Icemen

1. Noun. (plural of iceman) ¹



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Definition of Icemen

1. iceman [n] - See also: iceman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Icemen

icefishes
icehouse
icehouses
icekhana
icekhanas
iceland moss
iceland spar
iceless
icelight
icelike
icemaker
icemakers
icemaking
iceman
icemelt
icemen (current term)
icepack
icepacks
icepick
icepicks
icequake
icequakes
icer
icerink
icerinks
icers
ices
icescape
icescapes
icestone

Literary usage of Icemen

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1. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"... by trade was engaged in cutting ice for storage, he waa in the same occupation and common employment with the icemen, who were engaged in the same work. ..."

2. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1868)
"The icemen, of whom the full number were on duty, did all that it was possible to do under the circumstances, and three of them narrowly escaped from ..."

3. The Trusts: What Can We Do with Them? What Can They Do for Us? by William Miller Collier (1900)
"It is the constant endeavor of these icemen to get customers away from the few ... Wherever the independent icemen have obtained customers the American Ice ..."

4. The Boy's Yearly Book by John Tillotson (1867)
"cried the icemen, and with vengeful shouts they rushed towards me. Quickly I turned and fled towards the shore. Nerved by despair, I outran my foes, ..."

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