from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In geology, a scratch, groove, or polished surface produced by glacial action or left by a moving mass of ice; any indication of the former presence of ice.


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  • But I have an ice-mark around my breast which is usually taken for a proof of experience, and as a philosopher I say that all waters are tolerable enough if one carries the talisman. "

    The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch 1903


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