ice water

noun
1.
water chilled with or as if with ice.
2.
melted ice.

Origin:
1715–25

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ice water
 
n
1.  water formed from ice
2.  Also called: iced water drinking water cooled by refrigeration or the addition of ice

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Example sentences
To speed cooling so you can freeze the ice cream right away, chill the cooked
  custard in ice water.
His research will determine how sea ice underneath melt ponds prevents ice
  water from draining into the ocean.
Simply put, you cannot heat a seventy degree room by bringing in ice water.
Drain beans and transfer to pan of ice water to stop cooking.
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