Examples of snowy in a Sentence
This is the snowiest winter in years.
Recent Examples of snowy from the Web
Thursday will be balmy, Saturday will be stormy and Monday could be snowy.
The storm is going to be snowy from the Rockies to the Midwest.
Police said the weather was snowy and about 20 degrees at the time.
White morphs are snowy in winter and brown-grey in summer, while blue morphs stay a ravishing indigo, brown and charcoal mix year-round.
On the day after Christmas, photographer Jason Hummel and Adam skied together at White Pass, a snowy, uncrowded, and fun mountain for the expert who knows where to look.
Greece has said the soldiers were on a routine patrol and accidentally entered Turkey during snowy and foggy weather.
Over the weekend, Mount Hood is expected to be below freezing and snowy, with snow accumulation of potentially 5 to 9 inches on Saturday and 9 to 13 inches on Sunday.
In snowy and icy conditions, a car has crashed into the back of a tractor-trailer truck amidst a pile-up.
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First Known Use of snowy
before 12th century
Definition of Snowy
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
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