"Rocks that clink in a drink" crossword clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 02 May 2023

Rocks that clink in a drink NYT crossword answer is:

ICE (3 letters length)

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The "Rocks that clink in a drink" crossword clue from the New York Times (January 9 2023) is a reference to ice cubes. Ice cubes are small, solid cubes of frozen water that are used to cool drinks. They are usually made in a refrigerator or freezer and can be added to a variety of beverages. Ice cubes are a popular way to keep drinks cold and add a pleasant clinking sound when stirred.

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