Third-person singular simple present indicative form of de-ice.
How strongly his mind revolted against the use of charms, amulets, incantations and such devices appears from his writings; and he has expressly recorded, as underlying all his practice, the conviction that, however diseases may be regarded from the religious point of view, they must all be scientifically treated as subject to natural laws (De acre, 29).
4 But see Les Delices de Leide (Leiden, 1712); or de Haan, Mess.
Some of them played the part of professional jesters (like the later buffoons and court fools), and kept collections of witticisms ready for use at their patrons' table; others relied upon flattery, others again condescended to the most degrading devices (Plutarch, De adulatore, 23; De educatione puerorum, 17).
de-ices interesting to note that the Southern has never adopted London Transport a practice of fitting passenger units with de-icing equipment.