Definition of snowman
: snow shaped to resemble a human figure
Examples of snowman in a Sentence
The kids built a snowman in the front yard.
Recent Examples of snowman from the Web
The video shows how the pilot program works: With a pet yeti — a Tibetan term for an abominable snowman — your valuables are always protected.
Casey made a snowman — a triple-bogey 8 on the par-5 14th — and still broke par with a 71.
The $6.25 charms, which could be woven through towels, resembled Monopoly tokens and included French fries, a horse, and a snowman, among others.
Everyone was smiling—thanks to Fischli, who has been changing the snowman’s facial expression daily.
The old abominable snowman from the Matterhorn Bobsled roller coaster makes an appearance in a clever nod to Disney history.
In Friday’s second round, Scott Piercy knocked two balls into the water and made a snowman 8.
Unless your day includes a first date, a gyno appointment, or a pedicure, your body will closely resemble the Abominable Snowman.
Also: Snowman Burning Day (mark the end of winter with this, um, impossible act)
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First Known Use of snowman
SNOWMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of snowman for English Language Learners
: a figure made of snow that is shaped to look like a person
SNOWMAN Defined for Kids
Definition of snowman for Students
: snow shaped to look like a person
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