a frozen food containing cream or milk and butterfat, sugar, flavoring, and sometimes eggs.
a kind of sweetened frozen liquid, properly made from cream and egg yolks but often made from milk or a custard base, flavoured in various ways
1744, earlier iced cream (1680s), from ice (n.) + cream (n.).
The crystalline form of a narcotic: the ice cream eaters, who chewed the crystal (1910+ Narcotics)
- Ice-cream cone
[ahys-kreem] /ˈaɪsˌkrim/ noun 1. a thin, crisp, hollow conical wafer for holding one or more scoops of ice cream. 2. such a cone with the ice cream it contains. noun 1. a conical edible wafer for holding ice cream 2. such a cone containing ice cream
- Ice cream habit
noun phrase The occasional, nonaddicted, use of narcotics (1960s+ Narcotics)
- Ice cream headache
noun, Informal. 1. Also called ice-cream headache. a pain in the temples and forehead brought on by quickly consuming very cold food or drink. 2. a temporary lapse in memory; a sudden mental block. noun See brain freeze noun a sudden feeling of pain in the forehead or temples, esp. when eating or drinking cold […]
- Ice-cream parlor
noun 1. an establishment serving ice cream, sodas, etc., from a soda fountain.