snowy

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adjective \ˈsnō-ē\

Definition of snowy

snowier

;

snowiest

  1. 1a :  composed of snow or melted snowb :  marked by or covered with snow

  2. 2a :  whitened by snowb :  snow-white

snowily

play \ˈsnō-ə-lē\ adverb

snowiness

play \ˈsnō-ē-nəs\ noun

Examples of snowy in a Sentence

  1. This is the snowiest winter in years.

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First Known Use of snowy

before 12th century


Snowy

geographical name

Definition of Snowy

  1. river 278 miles (447 kilometers) long in southeastern Australia flowing from the Snowy Mountains in southeastern New South Wales to the Pacific in southeastern Victoria


SNOWY Defined for English Language Learners

snowy

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adjective

Definition of snowy for English Language Learners

  • : having a lot of snow

  • : covered in snow

  • : white like snow


SNOWY Defined for Kids

snowy

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adjective \ˈsnō-ē\

Definition of snowy for Students

snowier

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snowiest

  1. 1 :  having or covered with snow snowy mountains

  2. 2 :  white like snow snowy clouds



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