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Bay ice

smooth sea ice formed in the sheltered waters of an arctic or antarctic bay.
Historical Examples

The whole of the bay ice had evidently gone out together, taking the ship with it, and the bay had then neatly frozen over again.
A Labrador Doctor Wilfred Thomason Grenfell

Moreover, within our memory no man has been thus adrift on the bay ice.
Adrift on an Ice-Pan Wilfred T. Grenfell

A friend, returning from an island, was jogging quietly along on the bay ice, when his team suddenly went wild.
A Labrador Doctor Wilfred Thomason Grenfell

At my left was Chinik Creek, pouring its rushing waters out over the bay ice with a cheerful, rapid roaring.
A Woman who went to Alaska May Kellogg Sullivan

This was not bay ice such as had been encountered off the eastern coast of Labrador, but the adamantine product of the Arctic.
The Wilderness Castaways Dillon Wallace

There were twenty miles of bay ice ahead; the dogs were footsore and lean; the komatik was overflowing—it was out of the question.
Billy Topsail, M.D. Norman Duncan

A collection of pieces of drift or bay ice, joining each other in a ridge following in the line of current.
The Sailor’s Word-Book William Henry Smyth

That night Rae was happy to see flying across the bay ice several dog-sledges with triumphant Mistegan in the lead.
True Tales of Arctic Heroism in the New World Adolphus W. Greely

On days when there was a fair breeze it was great fun sailing an old sledge over the bay ice.
Left on the Labrador Dillon Wallace

The Maid of the North, it will be understood, lay in bay ice, and all the ice to the south of her was bay ice.
Ungava Bob Dillon Wallace


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