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Icy


I'CY, adjective [from ice.] Abounding with ice; as the icy regions of the north.

1. Cold; frosty; as icy chains.

2. Made of ice.

3. Resembling ice; chilling.

Religion lays not an icy hand on the true joys of life.

4. Cold; frigid; destitute of affection or passion.

5. Indifferent; unaffected; backward.