Definition of icebox
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Their bellies were swollen and their fragile limbs covered with sores that would not heal. Clothed in rags, these children of the Mississippi Delta huddled in crumbling shacks with empty iceboxes, not a morsel of food to be found.
Creamy lemon icebox pie, an old Southern standby, has the texture of Key lime pie, but gets its potent zing from a double hit of lemon — both freshly squeezed juice and finely grated zest.
This icebox cake combines a complementary trio of ingredients: chocolate chip cookies, malt and peanut butter.
People slept in screened-in porches and families cooled sheets in the icebox before putting them on the bed at night.
Her icebox cake, inspired by her grandfather’s favorite dessert, was too literal.
One of several smartboxes aiming to own ecommerce's last yard, Brivo (www.brivo.com) promises to be considerably more than an icebox with an IP address.
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