snow·​suit | \ ˈsnō-ˌsüt How to pronounce snowsuit (audio) \

Definition of snowsuit

: a one-piece or two-piece lined garment for winter wear by children

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So Boehme, who’s wearing a neon-orange snowsuit that practically glows in the intense southern sun, finds another candidate. Stephen Witt, WIRED, "Fitted With Sensors, Antarctic Seals Track Water Temperatures," 25 June 2019 The super smiley tot didn't seem the least bit bothered by the cold—probably because he was adorned in a teeny tiny gray snowsuit from The North Face. Jennifer Aldrich, Country Living, "Joanna Gaines Bundled Up 7-Month-Old Crew in This Top-Rated Baby Snowsuit You Can Buy," 5 Feb. 2019 Both the prosecutor and his bodyguard had donned matching, brilliant white snowsuits for the event, though neither intended to ski. Andrew Roth, Washington Post, "Chechnya opens ski resort in effort to put bad times behind it, but severe crackdown continues," 28 Jan. 2018 Sears was the spot my grandmother took me for winter boots every year and a snowsuit. Patrick Thomas, WSJ, "‘Thank You, Sears, for Being There When No One Else Was’," 15 Oct. 2018 Standing next to me alongside pools of meltwater frosted over in the morning shade, a baby swathed in a red snowsuit is harnessed to his American father’s chest, staring at it all. Daniel Otis, Sunset, "Awe-Inspiring Canadian Rockies Camping Adventure," 22 Jan. 2018 The infant had been placed in a carrier, bundled in a green snowsuit and wrapped in a blanket. Judy L. Thomas, kansascity, "He found a baby 36 years ago on a cold, snowy KC porch. Now he wants to find her again | The Kansas City Star," 25 May 2018 He was dressed in his red onesie snowsuit at the South Park outdoor ice rink in Park Ridge. Hunter Tickel,, "'I'm sure my husband is looking very proudly on him': Park Ridge native stars for LA Kings affiliate," 13 Apr. 2018 Man and puppet look a bit like conjoined twins, with the rosy-cheeked Hildreth dressed in a matching white snowsuit complete with a jaunty Nordic hat. Jessica Gelt,, "The curious care and feeding of Olaf the snowman in Broadway's 'Frozen'," 15 Mar. 2018

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1935, in the meaning defined above

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English Language Learners Definition of snowsuit

: 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


snow·​suit | \ ˈsnō-ˌsüt How to pronounce snowsuit (audio) \

Kids Definition of snowsuit

: a one-piece or two-piece warm outer garment for a child

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