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Meaning & Definition of Icy in English

English

Icy

/aɪsi/

adjective

1. Devoid of warmth and cordiality

  • Expressive of unfriendliness or disdain
  • "A frigid greeting"
  • "Got a frosty reception"
  • "A frozen look on their faces"
  • "A glacial handshake"
  • "Icy stare"
  • "Wintry smile"
    synonym:
  • frigid
  • ,
  • frosty
  • ,
  • frozen
  • ,
  • glacial
  • ,
  • icy
  • ,
  • wintry

2. Extremely cold

  • "An arctic climate"
  • "A frigid day"
  • "Gelid waters of the north atlantic"
  • "Glacial winds"
  • "Icy hands"
  • "Polar weather"
    synonym:
  • arctic
  • ,
  • frigid
  • ,
  • gelid
  • ,
  • glacial
  • ,
  • icy
  • ,
  • polar

3. Covered with or containing or consisting of ice

  • "Icy northern waters"
    synonym:
  • icy

4. Shiny and slick as with a thin coating of ice

  • "Roads and trees glazed with an icy film"
    synonym:
  • icy

Examples of using

An icy wind now blows through the world.
The sled accelerated as it went down the icy slope.