Synonyms for ice:
tap water, diamond, aqua, electrolyte, iceberg, mimosa, hot toddy, Bloody Mary, spritzer, beer, saw, swizzle stick, glogg, Pina Colada, toddy, daiquiri, mojito, thatch, hail, sangria, electroplate, margarita, pave over, martini, mint julep, seawater, highball, plaster over, distilled water, steam up, old fashioned, brine, pave, grog, salt water, board over, upholster, water supply, Ice Cube, eggnog.
carpet, size, glaze, enamel.
Other synonyms and related words:
crank, deoxyephedrine, starter, pave, trumpery, codswallop, scum, bump off, daiquiri, croak, put away, plate, varnish, internal-combustion engine, rubbish, neutralize, upholster, methedrine, glassful, dust, tripe, highball, aqua, mimosa, rime, applesauce, sparkler, ensure, hail, chicken feed, Ice Cube, water ice, ice rink, frost, veil, methamphetamine, fruitcake, crosspatch, diamond, thatch, folderol, concrete, iceberg, crackpot, scrap, icing the puck, cement, panel, plaster, size, frosting, methamphetamine hydrochloride, wax, glaze, grog, frappe, glass, brine, render, carpet, electrolyte, trash, flour, wish-wash, fluid, spyglass, ice-skating rink, caulk, limewater, scratch, lacquer, liquid, gimlet, sorbet, grump, old fashioned, terminate, icing, toddy, nut, churl, glogg, shabu, paper, meth, eggnog, insure, screwball, assure, grouch, tile, chalk.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
gimlet, highball, daiquiri, eggnog, hot toddy, grog, glogg, Bloody Mary.
Sense 5 (noun)
dispatch, put away, remove.
dispatch, assassinate, sacrifice, chill, butcher, exterminate, smite, strangle, drown, suffocate, do in, do away with, eliminate, asphyxiate, massacre, put to sleep, snuff, hang, purge, liquidate, execute, slay, remove, slaughter, smother.
Usage examples for ice:
- I should have known, for well I remember, it was upon the day before- before I went away with you- that I told you of my father, and of how we always went North in the winter, knowing that again his ship would winter in the ice of the Bufort Sea. - "The Gun-Brand", James B. Hendryx.
- But he was all form, ice, books. - "The Dark Flower", John Galsworthy.
- Now they came to a world of ice and snow. - "The Old-Fashioned Fairy Book", Constance Cary Harrison.