Examples of snowy in a Sentence
This is the snowiest winter in years.
Recent Examples of snowy from the Web
Both have the Ivy League in their futures, leaving mild weather and homes not far from the beach for the snowy, windy, cold winters of New England.
The ecosystem makes a full sweep from alpine wetlands through grasslands and steppes to alpine meadows and snowy mountains and glaciers.
On a snowy day in 2010, some University of Cincinnati football fans decided to chuck a few snowballs.
Looking back up toward the meadow, through the burgundy foliage of Japanese maples, the laciness of golden locust and past the snowy bracts of dogwood (Cornus kousa x C. nuttallii ‘Venus’ and Cornus ‘
The blood-red title text contrasts nicely with the snowy-white background.
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First Known Use of snowy
before 12th century
Definition of Snowy
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
Definition of snowy for English Language Learners
: having a lot of snow
: covered in snow
: white like snow
SNOWY Defined for Kids
Definition of snowy for Students
1 : having or covered with snow snowy mountains
2 : white like snow snowy clouds
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