Edward, on the other hand, is a brooding, self-absorbed Byronic hero with ice-cold hands.
When it comes to appearing as themselves in movies, however, both stars are ice-cold.
I threw the clothes off him, listened at his mouth breathlessly, felt his hands, which were ice-cold.
His feet and hands were ice-cold, and he swayed from side to side, feeling for his strength.
"The doctor was romantic at heart," explained Mrs. James, sighing, and pausing with an ice-cold chocolate éclair in her hand.
It was as though I had stuck my head under a pump of ice-cold water.
Suddenly a chill ran all through her, as if a stream of ice-cold water had trickled upon her.
Her head was on fire, her eyes smarted, and her skin was ice-cold.
Something might be wrong with the coils of ice-cold water that chill the vat down to safety.
A jiggety-joggety journey it was; ice-cold and hot, wet and dry.