The absinthe is served without a fountain of ice-water, no perforated spoon, no sugar cube.
I mumbled reply, gulping down the glass of ice-water he tendered.
Why, if he had the ice-water privilege in hell he'd starve to death!
There was a pitcher of ice-water and goblets on a stand, but there were no liquors.
She was attempting to draw a glass of ice-water from the cooler.
With this contrast, the open spots of ice-water appeared to be boiling.
Her voice gave me the feel of being drenched with ice-water.
“They would outnumber mine by four to one,” Count Hannibal answered coldly, dryly, in a voice like ice-water flung in their faces.
This response fell upon the duke's wrath like a bucket of ice-water.
That ice-water has helped to encourage dyspepsia, granted; but even a great virtue can have its defects.