Definition of 'snowed'
Example sentences containing 'snowed'
Luke and his people usually cater for this do, but they're snowed under right now.MAN AND WIFE (2002)
Depending on how long we're snowed up, the food may get a bit monotonous, but there'll be enough of it.WEEKEND FOR MURDER (2002)
My `but" is that I'm snowed under with work here, the dining-room table is laden down with five separate piles of case files.POLITICAL SUICIDE (2002)
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