iced out

ice out

1. To treat someone with a lack of affection or warmth. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "ice" and "out." I don't understand why Nelle is icing me out like this—what did I ever do to her?
2. slang To embellish something with diamonds. Did you see that rock he got her? Her finger is totally iced out now!
See also: ice, out

iced out

mod. wearing lots of diamonds (see also ice (sense 1).) That dude is really iced out!
See also: iced, out
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With Logitech Video Effects, we've made it so easy to get a grill, that even my three-month-old son can see what he'd look like iced out," said Paul Wall, of Grills by Paul Wall.