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Correct spelling for ICEAGE
We think the word iceage is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for iceage
It could not be for warmth, for it would not have helped to melt an icicle.
I heard that his hamlet fell fearfully flat; he heard i was fierce, as iago.
Mcleod sat on the edge of the bed and read the letter.
Home fires in india melting arctic icecap".
The 8 now operates between the city centre and grangetown, while the 9/9a operates from the city centre to ikea and cardiff bay, including the sports village.
She was-cold as ice.
He was quite at ease now about zopyrus.
Then turning away for an instant, he flung himself into a chair beside a little marble topped table upon which stood a half-emptied bottle of rye whiskey and a pitcher of iced water on a metal tray.
I see that the great british public can assuage its thirst with the pure juice of the grape and not with the dregs of a laboratory.
I can no longer escape from her; awake or asleep, her image is before my eyes, and my spirit is in her power."
Delighted he gazed until marion raised her eyes and met his eager glance.
Cover it with icing, and ornament it while wet, with nonpareils dropped on in borders, round each square of the cake.
Raspberry, strawberry, currant, and other fresh-fruit-water ices, are made in the same manner.
Many others there are in this excuse-making age.
"fine feathers make fine birds" - and cruel, silly women, the adage might be adapted for latter-day use.