[ahys-kweyk] /ˈaɪsˌkweɪk/ noun 1. a disturbance, especially a vibration or series of vibrations, caused by the breaking up of large masses.
- Ice road
noun 1. (mainly Canadian) a temporary winter road built across ice or frozen ground
noun 1. a mound of earth or stones formed by the action of ice against the shore of a lake, stream, etc.
noun 1. the rapid breaking up or fragmentation of river ice in spring or early summer.