One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A cone-shaped wafer filled with ice cream.‘spectators drank lemonade and licked ice cream cones’
- ‘Remember the good ol' days of licking an ice cream cone while slowly swinging on a swing during the summer?’
- ‘It's like a child having an ice cream cone after scraping his knee; it doesn't make a huge difference, but it satisfies for the moment.’
- ‘Afterward they stop for ice cream cones, but Timmy discovers he has no money.’
- ‘They were sharing an ice cream cone a few feet away from her.’
- ‘I discreetly threw my unfinished ice cream cone away as we walked off the pier.’
- ‘He buys her a cinnamon bun and an ice cream cone.’
- ‘"I remember getting these huge ice cream cones and watching practice from the bench with ice cream dripping all over me," he said.’
- ‘If presented with a vanilla ice cream cone, I'd eat it, sure - but I'd just as soon have a dish of orange sherbet.’
- ‘Go for a walk in the park and slowly lick an ice cream cone together.’
- ‘Dinah took the ice cream cone Noah handed to her, catching a trickle of melting vanilla with her tongue.’
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