Examples of snowbound in a Sentence
We were snowbound for a week.
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Economists believe that an unusually cold and snowbound March had some impact on growth, as did strikes in Germany and France.
Here, regardless of the season, from snowbound winters to shimmering summers, Mother Nature is definitely the star of this show.
Airlines have a new strategy for managing winter storms: keep more passengers away from snowbound airports.
And in December, faced with prospect of spending Christmas isolated in a snowbound log cabin with her parents and her ex, the single princess posted a tongue-in-cheek conversation with Santa.
First, the whole drivetrain had to come out, followed by the fabrication of a custom three-inch lift kit to enable the 370Zki to better suffer the drifts and moguls of outrageous snowbound fortune.
Across this American tundra, people called their heating-oil companies for emergency supplies and sat stranded on the sides of roads as tow-truck companies reported five-hour wait times to jump-start a dead battery or tow away a snowbound car.
My friends are always amused that this snowbound son of Belarus craves the sun
On the specialty front, The Weinstein Co.’s snowbound thriller Wind River, written and directed by Taylor Sheridan and starring Jeremy Renner, made its debut after stops at Sundance and Cannes.
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Definition of snowbound for English Language Learners
: unable to leave a place because a lot of snow is falling or has fallen
: blocked with snow
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