1. icy

adjective. ['ˈaɪsi'] devoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain.


  • frosty
  • frigid
  • cold
  • glacial
  • wintry


  • hotness
  • passionate
  • unemotionality
  • humane

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Words that Rhyme with Icy

  • spicey
  • pricey
  • heisey
  • dicey

How to spell icy? Is it icey? Or ice? Common misspellings are:

  • icey
  • ice

Example sentences of the word icy

1. Noun, singular or mass
Kids especially love the icy cold grapes, though they could pose a choking hazard for very young children.

Quotes containing the word icy

1. The worn soles of Daffy's boots skidded on the icy stones. He'd been saving up for a new pair for Christmas, but then he'd come across an encyclopaedia in ten volumes, going cheap. Boots might last ten years, at best, but knowledge was eternal.
- Emma Donoghue, Slammerkin

2. icy

adjective. ['ˈaɪsi'] covered with or containing or consisting of ice.


  • melted

3. icy

adjective. ['ˈaɪsi'] extremely cold.


  • frigid
  • polar
  • cold
  • glacial
  • gelid


  • changeable
  • disposable
  • loving
  • warm

4. icy

adjective. ['ˈaɪsi'] shiny and slick as with a thin coating of ice.


  • glazed


  • moving
  • fresh