Examples of iceberg in a Sentence
a brilliant doctor, no doubt, but both patients and staff complain that he is an iceberg
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Wirz traveled to Southampton, England, and bought a third-class ticket for a cabin in the bow of the ship, close to the impact of the iceberg.
This is really just the tip of the research iceberg, and while much of the science finds an association, not causation, there is some evidence to suggest why this works.
Most of their dishes are piled high with mild cheddar cheese, ala Skyline, the lettuce is iceberg, the tomatoes are canned.
In 1988, Soviet sub K-475 became wedged under an iceberg and sustained significant damage.
That doesn’t mean being placed on an iceberg and pushed out to sea, but using those extra years to go on to something else.
In recent years, as Arctic air and ocean temperatures have risen, Greenland has been losing more ice through melting on its surface and through iceberg breaks at its periphery.
At brand-new Melfi’s in Charleston, SC, pies feature the bacon and iceberg toppings of owner Brooks Reitz’s Indiana childhood.
The Awesome Cobb was a little dull, a mound of iceberg with cold fried chicken.
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Origin and Etymology of iceberg
First Known Use: 1784See Words from the same year
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: a very large piece of ice floating in the ocean
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