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ice cube

A small piece of ice molded into a cube shape. Ice cubes are often added to drinks to keep them cold. Hey, can you throw a couple of ice cubes in my drink here? I'm just wrapping up a few ice cubes so you can put them on your injured knee.
See also: cube, ice
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ICE-CUBE SPELL (for getting rid of an unwanted lover)
Pour the water into the ice-cube tray saying, "In doing this, I freeze your love and hold it still.
That same evening, tap out the ice-cubes into a pan and place it over a low heat on the stove (or put a bowl on the defrost setting in your microwave).
Pour the water from the ice-cubes into the soil of the potted plant and place outside the house immediately.
ice-cube tray, water, blue and green food coloring, 9 plastic cups, freezer, measuring spoons, a watch, desk lamp or sunny windowsill
OK, he got drunk and acted like a buffoon on that flight home from Scotland with Cardiff, but flicking a few ice-cubes at fellow-passengers is hardly a hanging offence.