Top Definition
to give someone the cold shoulder; to isolate someone.
I bet they're planning to ice out that new kid at the kickback.
by ds901 March 26, 2013
verb. to make out with someone.
Andrea wants to ice out with John after a few alcoholic drinks.

You should totally ice out with him--he's hot.
by sneakersorvans April 15, 2009
to consume a mixed drink by taking all the ice out of the glass and drinking it like a shot. Works best with vodka tonics.
Let ice out these drinks and get hammered.
by Kelly Brintle April 27, 2007
To chill out and do nothing; just hang out.
"What are you doing tonight?"
"I think I'm just going to ice out."
by Kickinthatass October 14, 2004
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