[ US /ˈɪɡɫu/ ]
[ UK /ˈɪɡluː/ ]
  1. an Eskimo hut; usually built of blocks (of sod or snow) in the shape of a dome
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  • Even with a small air pocket, the warmth of a victim's breath can seal the snow around his mouth much as perspiration seals the inside of an igloo or a snow cave.
  • Smaller balloons are then inflated around the main structure, and the process repeated to create mini-igloos for the guests and staff to sleep in.
  • Dixie watched in shock as a tall pine tree fell slowly toward her plastic kennel, which was shaped like an igloo.
  • One scene stands out in particular; it's a songfest held in an igloo where everyone is dressed-up in sparklingly clean white parkas and decked out in their best furs.
  • Produced by an Inuit cast and crew, The Fast Runner pays close ethnographic attention to the daily details of Inuit life, from building an igloo to making a sealskin drum.
  • You don't want too much explosive in a single igloo; you want igloos separated by enough open land that an explosion in one will not set off a chain reaction.
  • The designer of the Internet igloo in the lobby of The White Hotel. Steven has received the Henry van de Velde young talent award.
  • The warmth of his words was melting my igloo and large puddles were forming at my feet. RESCUING ROSE
  • Ripples disturb the mirrorlike surface of the Arctic Ocean near Igloolik, Canada.
  • The stereotypical Eskimo wears a fur parka and lives in an igloo.
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