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Definition of Icy

Icy

  1. Pertaining to, resembling, or abounding in, ice; cold; frosty.
  2. Characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence, etc.; chilling; frigid; cold.

Icy Quotations

The first four months of writing the book, my mental image is scratching with my hands through granite. My other image is pushing a train up the mountain, and it's icy, and I'm in bare feet.
Mary Higgins Clark

That old black magic has me in its spell, That old black magic that you weave so well; Icy fingers up and down my spine, The same old witchcraft when your eyes meet mine.
Johnny Mercer

If you are a genius, you'll make your own rules, but if not - and the odds are against it - go to your desk no matter what your mood, face the icy challenge of the paper - write.
J. B. Priestley

I'm really happy, but mostly relieved that for the first time in 48 days I don't have to get up tomorrow and drag my sled for nine hours in the snow and icy wind. Today was really hard. The closer I got to the Pole, the slower I went. My legs had had enough. But now I'm here and I've had some spaghetti bolognaise and I am sitting in a heated tent.
Lewis Clarke

I've always been fascinated and stared at maps for hours as a kid. I've especially been most intrigued by the uninhabited or lonelier places on the planet. Like Greenland, for instance, or just recently flying over Alaska and a chain of icy, mountainous islands, uninhabited.
Andrew Bird
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Icy Translations

icy in Dutch is ijzig, ijskoud, ijs-
icy in German is eisig
icy in Hungarian is jeges, hideg
icy in Italian is ghiacciato
icy in Latin is gelidus, glacialis
icy in Norwegian is iskald, glatt, isete
icy in Portuguese is gelado
icy in Spanish is algido
icy in Swedish is iskall, isande