British term for a frozen confection on a stick, equivalent to the American term "popsicle." In the plural sense, the term "lolly ices" may be used, e.g., "one ice lolly," or "an entire selection of lolly ices."
It was a hot day in Merseyside, and Bill stopped by the ASDA to buy a box of lolly ices, but they were sold out; a clerk told him there wasn't an ice lolly to be had all the way to Blackpool.
by Rod Brock July 23, 2006
Can you define these popular missing words?
An alternative for Ice Pop, I think.
I ran up to the ice cream truck to buy an ice lolly, but the fat kid in front of me got the last one.
by 1800Hanako April 22, 2006