noun, plural sé·racs [si-raks; French sey-rak] /sɪˈræks; French seɪˈrak/.

  1. a large irregularity of glacial ice, as a pinnacle found in glacial crevasses and formed by melting or movement of the ice.


  1. a pinnacle of ice among crevasses on a glacier, usually on a steep slope

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