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What is the opposite of ice?

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(mass noun, context-dependent) Opposite of water in frozen form
“A huge fire ripped through the forest due in large part to the scorching heat.”
(water) Opposite of water in frozen form
“Warmth returned to the city and the frozen ice would melt into puddles of water.”
(in manner or expression) Opposite of absence of friendliness or warmth
“There was compassion in her eyes, and warmth in her voice.”
Opposite of a deposit of small white ice crystals formed on the ground or other surfaces when the temperature falls below freezing
Opposite of a gemstone made from a glimmering glass-like mineral
Opposite of a sum of money added to a person's wages as a reward for good performance
Opposite of the frozen, crystalline state of water that falls as precipitation
Opposite of to become frozen
“It's spring and soon, the frozen lake will thaw and we can then get our canoes out again.”
Opposite of to cool with ice
“Come inside and warm yourself before you catch a cold from the miserable weather outside.”
Opposite of to perform an act that ensures success or victory
“Tim had a chance to ice the game in the dying seconds, but he would flub his shot.”
Opposite of to take another person's life
“Certain scientists believe they can someday resurrect the woolly mammoth.”
Opposite of to kill off or put an end to someone or something
“The Vikings were in good spirits, becoming well disposed to Bagnold, and decided to spare him instead of killing him.”
(bear) Opposite of to kill or cause the death of
(build) Opposite of to kill or cause the death of
Opposite of to protect or cover against loss or damage
Opposite of to imprison, confine or incarcerate someone
“The captain ordered that the guards unshackle and release the prisoner, as he had served his sentence.”
Opposite of to kill or cause the death of
Opposite of to make sure or certain of
Opposite of to kill or severely injure (someone)
“She thanked him over and over again for putting himself in danger to save her.”
Opposite of to subject to cold temperatures
“The best way to thaw a frozen chicken is not in the microwave, but in the refrigerator or in cold water.”
Opposite of to receive, usually as return for effort
“If a child takes unfair advantage of the system by accessing an unearned reward, they forfeit all privileges.”
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