Also called ice-cream headache. a pain in the temples and forehead brought on by quickly consuming very cold food or drink.
a temporary lapse in memory; a sudden mental block.
See brain freeze
a sudden feeling of pain in the forehead or temples, esp. when eating or drinking cold items, caused by the temporary narrowing of the arteries as a result of the rapid cooling of the hard palate; also called [ice cream headache]
brain freeze from the slushy
- Ice-cream parlor
noun 1. an establishment serving ice cream, sodas, etc., from a soda fountain.
- Ice-cream parlor chair
noun 1. a side chair made of heavy wire with a round wooden seat, especially for use at a table.
- Ice cream sandwich
noun a handheld dessert consisting of two (usu. chocolate) cakelike layers with a slice of ice cream inside Examples They make ice cream sandwiches in a bunch of different flavors. Word Origin 1900 Usage Note cooking
- Ice-cream social
noun, Chiefly Northern, North Midland, and Western U.S. 1. a social gathering, usually to raise money for a local church or school, where ice cream is the principal refreshment.