Examples of snowy in a Sentence
This is the snowiest winter in years.
Recent Examples of snowy from the Web
Canada won the Group A standings with only one blemish, a 4-3 shootout loss to the United States in a game played in snowy and conditions at the NFL Buffalo Bills' New Era Field last week.
It’s more attractive and more feature laden, including the latest version of Subaru’s EyeSight suite of safety technologies, as well as all-wheel drive for snowy roads and even some off-road trails.
That was the Christmas Day agenda in downtown Detroit for Jewish volunteers who stepped into the shoes of Christians for the day, driving before dawn on snowy roads to feed a crowd of homeless men and women in swaddling parkas and work boots.
The Southern California native thrived in snowy and cold Toronto with an impressive all-around performance — 11 of 14 shooting, six rebounds, four assists.
The endangered woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) live atop the snowy mountains of Gaspésie National Park, near the mouth of the St. Lawrence River in southern Québec.
With the snowy field, any field goal or extra point attempt was an adventure.
The early 1920s marked a time of record-low snowfall with the city recording its two least snowy winters back-to-back.
State Police said there have been only minor injuries resulting from the accidents, some of which are chain reaction crashes in which speed and inexperience with driving in snowy conditions are factors.
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First Known Use of snowy
before 12th century
Definition of Snowy
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