Examples of snowy in a Sentence
This is the snowiest winter in years.
Recent Examples of snowy from the Web
So as the falling leaves give way to snowy peaks, here are a few new reasons to visit some of the most popular parts of the Centennial State.
For homeowners living in colder climates, the waning hours of daylight signal the time to start readying the home for snowy days and bitter nights ahead.
Ultimately, though, Waymo is going to want to offer service in snowy cities like Minneapolis, Chicago, and Boston.
When commercial flights are canceled, the two strangers book a private plane that crashed on a snowy mountain peak.
It's been 25 years since Washington State beat a top-five team in the regular season, not since a snowy November day in 1992 when Drew Bledsoe led the Cougars past rival Washington.
Robert Frost would not gaze off into the snowy world, telling this tale with a sigh, by and by, not yet.
Cinephiles were horrified: These sequences often provide inventive opportunities for brilliant filmmakers, from the snowy desolation that opens Fargo to the chilling close-ups that suck you in at the beginning of Vertigo.
Clai Lasher-Sommers was 13 years old when her abusive stepfather shot her in the back with a hunting rifle on a snowy day in 1970.
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First Known Use of snowy
before 12th century
Definition of Snowy
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