Common misspellings for ice:
iceburgh, ioen, achice, feice, ivoice, iv'e, vioice, oices, isel, i''ve, gice, icd, iusse, ofice, ic, ich, quice, i've, oceon, nisce, ile, avice, coice, omce, elce, ife, iceing, ie2, ise, i'be, ive, mice, joice, oficer, i'e, obece, boice, kacie, jiuce, sice, vocie, nnice, siiue, isuee, adice, oscer, viceo, itte, iece, nicew, guice, itse, nwce, isuue, rce, reuice, acere, chice, iuj, ce, piice, aice, niice, arcer, iheir, siaze, shoice, ilse, nice1, tiwce, ime, saice, jice, twce, iee, ffice, oiece, ie9, neice, iuser, issie, nce, pice, acerge, ide, ncie, fice, ince, fooice, siece, ience, nuice, isee, isthe, ioewr, ict, isseu, oiunce, isaec, orice, idocy, paice, scice, ionce, it'e, aince, ezine, iocean, oce, accer, vice, isore, ascue, woice, eaise, baice, bice, erice, reice, fiece, cie, oince, vicer, biocie, vouice, ihe, muice, diosce, nice, acsee, ie8, whice, icyier, ocea, acive, fce, voirce, rice, onice, whiceh, olice, amice, ine, airfoce, ithcy, naice, necie, artice, iches, etice, ascew, sciece, moice, nioce, phyce, ieace, ofiice, apeice, 1piece, icin, icely, eiser, inoice, dceo, innoce, itche, ike, ise't, apice, i'we, 0ffice, poice, issye, uiser, isseue, psce, foice, lce, sioze, voiuce, usige, icase, ource, icetea, hice, vooice, oofice, oiffce, sce, enice, ovice, iisue, imerce, ite, nici, ico, kocer, irce, ervice, pisce, israe, otice, i'vew, oeace, picie, ick, picer, ucy, isde, ecell, avoice, suice, cice, teice, anice, uice, isze, vioce, onace, izzie, cece, ocerd, eice, ofcie, ipse, oice, iseen, evice, hoice, ibew, ieces, icee, aquiece, unice, utizie, fficer, ipe, ahce, ichi, nicey, ibe, icc10, eisue, acell, nicie, seice, idue, i'ce, ize, icey, wice, icees, ihve, iceage, zize, isacc, abice, iae, imee, alice, asce, bce, cici, cce, circe, ie, dicea, uneice, ieasy, ece, iec, esce, i'de, i'me, ii've, icv, icea, ics3u1, ie6, ioe, ics, ivee, uce, 1ife, ocear, oddice, piece33, tice, twcie, iwe, jce, kce, 9ce, 8ce, icw, icr, ic4, ic3, iuce, ijce, kice, ikce, ioce, 9ice, i9ce, 8ice, i8ce, ixce, icxe, ivce, ifce, icfe, icde, icwe, icew, icse, ices, iced, ic4e, ice4, ic3e, ice3, iice, icce, yce, mce, icu, ayece, eyece, i ce, ic e.
Definition of ice:
- frequently mentioned ( Job 6:16 ; 38:29 ; Psalms 147:17 , etc.). ( See CRYSTAL .)
- To freeze or chill.
- To frost, as cake.
- 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.
- To change into a frozen state; freeze; preserve by freezing; cover with melted sugar; frost.
- To cover with ice: to freeze: to cover with concreted sugar:- pr. p. icing; pa. p. iced.
- To cover with ice; freeze; incrust with sugar.
- put ice on or put on ice; " Ice your sprained limbs"
- Water or other fluid frozen or reduced to the solid state by cold; frozen water. It is a white or transparent colorless substance, crystalline, brittle, and viscoidal. Its specific gravity ( 0. 92, that of water at 4¡ C. being 1. 0) being less than that of water, ice floats.
- Water congealed by a temperature below 32° F. ( 0° C).
- Congealed water.
- To cover with ice; to chill; to freeze. To break the ice, to make the first opening in any attempt.
- To chill; to cover with ice.
- Same as - ISE.
- a rink with a floor of ice for ice hockey or ice skating; " the crowd applauded when she skated out onto the ice"
- a heat engine in which combustion occurs inside the engine rather than in a separate furnace; heat expands a gas that either moves a piston or turns a gas turbine
- ( informal) diamonds; " look at the ice on that dame!"
- water frozen in the solid state; " Americans like ice in their drinks"
- Concreted sugar.
- Water, cream, custard, etc., sweetened, flavored, and artificially frozen.
- Any substance having the appearance of ice; as, camphor ice.
- Frozen water; any substance resembling ice, as menthol ice; a frozen confection, such as water ice.
- Water congealed by freezing: concreted sugar.
- Frozen water; concreted sugar.
- Congealed or frozen water.
- Ice cream, frosting, or icing.
- Water or other fluid congealed by freezing; concreted sugar; ice- cream.
- Frozen water; water in a solid state; a sweetmeat.