used in The Mark of Athena
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a large mass of ice that moves over land like an exceedingly slow river
The form glacial
, in addition to meaning relates to a glacier
, can mean:
- moves very slowly (like a glacier)
- relates to a geological time period when much of the earth was covered with glaciers
- relates to ice or cold (often metaphorically) — as in "She gave me a glacial stare."
- Percy realized that the floor, which looked like solid stone, was more like the glacier he'd walked on in Alaska—in some places solid, in other places .... not so much.
There are no more uses of "glacier" in The Mark of Athena.