ice pick

  1. pick consisting of a steel rod with a sharp point; used for breaking up blocks of ice
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How To Use ice pick In A Sentence

  • Here are some good ways to get into the tight spots: An ice pick, a nutpick, toothpick or even a sharp nail can get down into some of the smaller grooves.
  • I slept with my hand under the pillow, the handle of the ice pick in my fist. BLOOD IS DIRT
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  • ‘Well, he likes to talk a good game,’ he replied, his rolling voice picked by staccato clearings of his throat; it was like an unstopped faucet and had to be cleared frequently.
  • Eventually, by digging foot holes in the ice with my ice pick, I was slowly able to crawl up to reach the summit where the sandstone ledge jutted out.
  • Although the interosseous muscles of the palm retained enough of their gripping strength to wield a knife or an ice pick, it had taken hours of reconstructive surgery to repair the intrinsic lumbricates to the point where the thumb and first three fingertips of each hand could meet, much less grasp a tiny needle. The Girls He Adored
  • His rhythm was beat out into the rarefied air - breath, ice pick in, step, breath, ice pick in, step. A FEW SHORT NOTES ON TROPICAL BUTTERFLIES
  • At the very least, they would be at hand to chip me out of the tub using an ice pick. SUMMER OF SECRETS
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