Examples of ice pack in a Sentence
He had an ice pack on his sore elbow.
Recent Examples of ice pack from the Web
Their fame was hard-won in regions that contained innumerable hazards: relentless blizzards, months-long spans of no sunlight, ferocious gales, shifting ice packs.
Initial treatment requires rest, intermittent ice packs and a compressive wrap for at least 48 hours post-injury followed by a rehab program.
At home in Los Angeles days after his injury, Rippon sat with his injured foot elevated and in a cast, rotating the ice packs and unable to defend his 2016 U.S. title — yet another bad-luck turn in his quest for a first Olympic berth.
Artificial ice, blue ice, ice packs and reusable ice.
And here’s Jenner, the indefatigable momager recovering with an ice pack.
With just two ice packs at the bottom of the box, the amaranth greens didn’t stand a chance, and everything else was similarly lukewarm.
Ice and ice packs also take up valuable room inside a cooler.
Rebrov tried to play on but was soon stretchered off with an ice pack on his shin and his face grimaced with pain.
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First Known Use of ice pack
ICE PACK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ice pack for English Language Learners
: a container or bag filled with ice that is used to cool part of your body
: a large area of ice on the ocean formed from pieces and sheets of ice that have been pushed together by wind and waves
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