Icing may refer to:

  • Atmospheric icing, occurs when water droplets freeze on objects they contact, very dangerous for aircraft
  • Aufeis, also called icing, a sheet-like mass of layered ice that forms from the freezing of successive flows of groundwater
  • Claire's, which has a brand of accessories and jewelry called Icing
  • Cryotherapy, also called icing, the cooling of body parts, often using ice or cold packs, to decrease pain and inflammation
  • Fuel system icing inhibitor, an additive to aviation fuels that prevents the formation of ice in fuel lines
  • Icing (drinking game), a drinking game involving the consumption of large quantities of Smirnoff Ice in inappropriate situations
  • Icing (food), a sweet and often creamy glaze made of sugar used to cover or decorate baked goods, such as cakes, cookies or donuts
    • Powdered sugar, also known as confectioners' sugar or icing sugar, is a very fine sugar used for icing, frosting and other decorations
    • Royal icing, a hard, white icing, made from softly beaten egg whites, powdered sugar, and sometimes lemon or lime juice
  • Icing (ice hockey), an ice hockey rule intended to discourage intentionally whacking the puck away from a team's goal to run out the clock
  • Icing (nautical), sea spray that freezes upon contact with ships, occurs during very cold and windy weather, can cause a ship to capsize
  • Icing conditions, those atmospheric conditions that can lead to the formation of water ice on the surfaces of an aircraft
  • Icing the kicker, a tactic intended to disrupt a field goal kick in American or Canadian football

Other articles related to "icing":

Comair Flight 3272 - Aftermath
... that the probable cause was inadequate standards for icing operations while in flight, specifically the failure of the Federal Aviation Administration to ... the decision of the crew to operate in icing conditions while near the lower end of the flight envelope while the flaps were retracted ... values for flap configurations and for flight in icing conditions ...
Aomori Bay Bridge - Development
2002 – Projects to increase earthquake resistance and to prevent icing begin ... total budget of approximately 2.5 million yen.) 2004 – December - De-icing systems begin being used on 442 meters of the downhill part of the. 2006 – February – De-icing systems begin being used on 138 meters near the intersection of the Hon-machi side (East side) ...
Belavia Flight 1834 - Investigation - Initial Findings
... Initial speculation pointed to icing on the wings which caused the left wing to stall upon lift-off ... Icing conditions were reported at the airport during the crash, and the CRJs are very prone to wing contamination and icing since they do not have any leading edge devices ...
Cookie Decorating - Icing
... Royal icing is often used to decorate cookies because it dries hard ... cookies with brushed and piped royal icing ... Dubois made for the president, his family and their guests, the traditional royal icing was used, a mixture of raw egg whites, powdered sugar, and a drop of lemon juice ...