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dry ice

noun

: solid carbon dioxide that is used mainly to keep food and other things cold and to create the appearance of smoke and fog in plays, movies, etc.

Full Definition of DRY ICE

:  solidified carbon dioxide

First Known Use of DRY ICE

1925

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