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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."
- In a month or two the really hard rains will come for eighteen hours a day and that waterfall will once again become tough as a glacier and wash away the road.
There are no more uses of "glacier" in Running in the Family.