Definition of snowsuit
: a one-piece or two-piece lined garment for winter wear by children
Recent Examples of snowsuit from the Web
Dyne, on the opposite end, won with a grey-and-black woolen snowsuit, paired with a (non-wool) snowboard.
The boxes contain about 50 items of baby gear, including a snowsuit, socks, diapers, a bath towel, a thermometer, a picture book and (for the parents) a pack of condoms.
Prices include helmet, boots and gloves; snowsuits and goggles are available to rent.
The dress code (break out the one-piece snowsuit) will not only keep you warm on your way, but will also get you in on the costume contest, too, with prizes including a $250 gift card to spend inside Union Station.
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First Known Use of snowsuit
SNOWSUIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of snowsuit for English Language Learners
: a piece of clothing or a jacket and matching pants that is worn by children over their regular clothes when they go outdoors in the winter
SNOWSUIT Defined for Kids
Definition of snowsuit for Students
: a one-piece or two-piece warm outer garment for a child
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