[ UK /ˈa‍ɪsbɹe‍ɪkɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈaɪsˌbɹeɪkɝ/ ]
  1. a beginning that relaxes a tense or formal atmosphere
    he told jokes as an icebreaker
  2. a ship with a reinforced bow to break up ice and keep channels open for navigation
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How To Use icebreaker In A Sentence

  • MOSCOW — A Russian icebreaker labored Monday through howling winds and heavy snow as it tried to reach icebound ships in the Sea of Okhotsk where more than 500 seamen are trapped. Russia Icebreaker Heads Toward 500 Trapped Sailors
  • An annual freshman icebreaker called "Dickerella," in which women and men pair off for trips to a local burger Joint named Dick's, has become a farce.
  • An annual freshman icebreaker called " Dickerella, " in which women and men pair off for trips to a local burger Joint ...
  • After all, Mimi had married Bud on an icebreaker in the South Atlantic. MISS MELVILLE REGRETS
  • This sort of Montana icebreaker isn't for everyone.
  • Who knew a hairy ass could be such an icebreaker?
  • Furthermore the hull form of an icebreaker is not apt to dampen efficiently the rolling motion because the side form in an icebreaker is round at bilge.
  • During the same time, measurements of the brash ice depth and water temperature were made from a Coast Guard icebreaker.
  • This game is an effective icebreaker at the beginning of a semester.
  • She had received excellent preventative first aid on board the Russian icebreaker, minimizing the damage. DESTROY THE KENTUCKY
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