Icebreaker Definition

īsbrākər
ice-breaker, icebreakers
noun
icebreakers
A sturdy, powerful vessel designed to cut channels through heavy ice.
Webster's New World
A wedgelike structure for protecting a bridge pier, dock, etc. from floating ice.
Webster's New World
Something done or said to relax an unduly formal or tense situation.
Webster's New World
A beginning; a start.
American Heritage

A game, activity, humorous anecdote, etc., designed to relax a group of people to help them get to know each other.

The new college hallmates were awkward with each other at first, but after a game of charades as an icebreaker, they were laughing like old friends.
Wiktionary
Synonyms:
iceboat
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A software program that cracks corporate firewalls. Clutton, R. Welcome to the Simple Guide of Cyberpunk. [Online, June 24, 2001.] http://tip.net.au/~rclutton/cdict.html.
Webster's New World Hacker

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Singular:
icebreaker
Plural:
icebreakers

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