Recent Examples of snowflake from the Web
Skylines of snowflakes will sparkle each side of Main Street (in Union Square and the Montgomery Ward side) and be paired with fresh new holiday banners.
Because every flake is harvested by hand, each crystal—about the size of a sesame seed—maintains its snowflake shape.
Ovens are just like us: special, unique snowflakes.
Then, as snowflakes began swirling over the region in the second week of March, the temperature dropped.
The weather notebook (pictured), for example, has diagrams on snowflake shapes, clouds, and rainbows.
Special snowflakes, which occasionally choose to stick together.
Nipples are like snowflakes—no two are alike, Sherry Ross, M.D., an ob/gyn and women’s health expert in Santa Monica, California, and author of She-ology The Definitive Guide to Women’s Intimate Health.
These women aren’t whining liberal snowflakes for speaking candidly about the cultural obstacles women face.
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Definition of snowflake for English Language Learners
: a small, soft piece of frozen water that falls from the sky as snow : a flake of snow
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