Synonyms for Ice:


alabaster, acrylic, cardboard, concrete, elastic, earthen, glazed, bone. cake, choc-ice, angelica, chocolate, banana split, carob, apple pie, Christmas Pudding, caramel, brown sugar. electrolyte, fluid, brine, limewater, liquid, aqua, distilled water, h2o, running water. daiquiri, Bloody Mary, gimlet, glogg, highball, grog, hot toddy, eggnog. plaster, plate, cement, varnish, wax, carpet, paper, tile, board over. bonus (noun)
frost (noun)
icicle, dry ice, glacier, chunk ice, floe, Ice Cube, crystal, hail, black ice, white ice, crushed ice, iceberg, permafrost.
ice (noun)
hail, water ice, internal-combustion engine, crystal, Ice Cube, icicle, glacier, frost, floe, frappe, iceberg, dry ice, icing, sparkler, ice rink, permafrost, frosting, ice-skating rink.
jewelry (noun)
substance (noun)
water ice.


chill (verb)
frost, freeze, refrigerate.
commit (verb)
remove, dispatch.
cool (verb)
refrigerate, freeze.
kill (verb)
exterminate, smite, massacre, do in, dispatch, do away with, sacrifice, assassinate, smother, purge, butcher, drown, chill, liquidate, slaughter, execute, asphyxiate, slay, put to sleep, strangle, snuff, remove, hang, suffocate, eliminate.

Other synonyms:

daiquiri, highball, hot toddy, electrolyte, Ice Cube, eggnog, Bloody Mary, aqua, glogg, iceberg, distilled water, board over, hail, grog, brine. limewater, running water, fluid, gimlet, liquid. varnish, tile. carpet. concrete, cement, plaster, paper. wax. plate. Other relevant words:
fluid, plate, cardboard, frost, alabaster, chocolate, limewater, carob, brine, choc-ice, h2o, liquid, grog, earthen, permafrost, highball, caramel, frappe, wax, plaster, glogg, hail, acrylic, sparkler, glazed, cement, glacier, aqua, eggnog, ice-skating rink, dry ice, carpet, elastic, paper, icicle, floe, icing, Ice Cube, daiquiri, tile, ice rink, bone, varnish, cake, iceberg, concrete, angelica, water ice, electrolyte, frosting, crystal, internal-combustion engine, gimlet.

Usage examples for ice

  1. " We will begin to break the ice to- morrow," added this charming cardinal. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. Upon one occasion the effort to get there was such, that his hands were like ice and his lips blue when he reached me. – Edgar Saltus: The Man by Marie Saltus
  3. He started in the highest spirits, and halted at the gate to wave his ice axe defiantly. – The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch