The letters "IC" pronounced properly can say "icy" meaning very cold.
NO. NOT AT ALL. Cold is spelled one way. IC spells IC. Not Icy. And, Icy is not the word cold
IC spells icy means cold
Say it: IC
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You can spell candy with the letters C and Y. (CandY)
There is no one-word anagram. The letters can spell "that spell."If you add 2 I's, they can spell philatelist.
C and Y. (The word "candy" is spelled C AND Y.)
Those letters will spell fruit fest.
The answer is carpet. 652: tea 4523: pear 126:cat 326: rat
You would spell it IC (pronounced eye-see, or icy).
You can spell node and done with those letters.
There is no anagram, The letters can spell phrases such as "weeds waging" or "swigged anew" but nothing more meaningful. Without the 2 Ws, the letters spell "disengage." Other shorter words: geegaws, endwise, and wedgies.
Answer 1 :PIAnswer 2 :A.T.
How about VI = 6 in Roman numerals