Examples of wintry in a Sentence
a wintry mix of sleet and snow
She gave me a wintry welcome.
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Yet wintry night never ends in the grim, ashen new production of the work which opened the Munich Opera Festival on Thursday.
There's a chance for a wintry mix overnight Monday into Tuesday, likely after midnight, said John Gagan, a National Weather Service meteorologist based in Sullivan.
Here are some ways to stay safe. Dwight Adams/IndyStar The National Weather Service of Indianapolis is expecting a wintry mix overnight Tuesday and into the morning hours on Wednesday.
Winter tires would be an easy fix, and could perform as well as, if not better than, all-wheel drive in wintry conditions.
The reversion to more wintry conditions slowed the progression of cherry blossoms and left Washingtonians wondering whether spring would ever arrive.
Scott Patterson took care of business early and Denali Strabel got the job done at the last second Thursday evening as one of Alaska's summer sports seasons kicked off in almost wintry conditions.
Back on our wintry July trip, Cricket and his crew convinced us to hold off a day and spend the night in the pack outfit’s distinctly non-hipster yurt.
All of this took place on a wintry afternoon in which tempers got pretty hot, anyway.
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Definition of wintry for English Language Learners
: relating to, happening during, or typical of winter
: not cheerful or friendly
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