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How To Spell icebergs?

Correct spelling: icebergs

List of misspellings for icebergs:

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  • iceburg,
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Examples of usage for icebergs:

  1. The many icebergs which encumbered the sea filled me with anxiety. – The Frozen Pirate by W. Clark Russell

Quotes for icebergs:

  1. Ice shelves in general have episodic carvings and there can be large icebergs breaking off- I'm talking 100km or 200km long- every 10 or 20 or 50 years.
  2. No one is fit to judge a book until he has rounded Cape Horn in a sailing vessel, until he has bumped into two or three icebergs, until he has been lost in the sands of the desert, until he has spent a few years in the House of the Dead.
  3. It may be said that poems are in one way like icebergs: only about a third of their bulk appears above the surface of the page.
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