First Known Use of ice-skate
Definition of ice skate
Examples of ice skate in a Sentence
a pair of ice skates
Recent Examples of ice skate from the Web
Indeed, despite their resemblance to ski boots, snowskates function and feel more like ice skates.
Mass Start Speed Skating These talented athletes balance in ice skates and manage to sprint 400 meters, all in Aquaman-level gear.
His 13-year-old daughter Laura was in an aqua snow suit and white ice skates, while her younger brother Jason, 11, was wrapped up in a black snow suit and gliding on his hockey skates.
The actress, 27, put on her ice skates for the role that’s earning her the best praise of her career — and three nominations already at the Golden Globe, Screen Actor’s Guild and Producer’s Guild Awards.
The front door is adorned with a wreath fashioned from frosted pine cones, ribbon, and a pair of miniature ice skates.
Or, Mother Nature permitting, ice skate under the stars complemented by strings of twinkling white lights at the Village Green Ice Skating Rink.
Two months later, Lehr contacted Wiener and asked the photographer to meet him at an ice rink: There was Buster with his new ice skates.
Will the praise be enough to jettison the ice skating tale into the Oscars race?
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First Known Use of ice skate
ICE-SKATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ice skate for English Language Learners
: a shoe with a special blade on the bottom that is used for skating on ice
ICE-SKATE Defined for Kids
Definition of ice-skate for Students
Definition of ice skate for Students
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