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glare ice

noun
1.
ice having a smooth, glassy surface that reflects sunlight.
Origin of glare ice
1825-1835
1825-35, Americanism
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  • If the whole creek was glare-ice they ain't room for a dozen teams abreast.

    Smoke Bellew Jack London
  • The team, striking a stretch of glare-ice, was blown straight across it to pile up in a heap on the other side.

    A Ticket to Adventure Roy J. Snell

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