Definition of 'snowy'
Example sentences containing 'snowy'
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He was also trying to sell a snowy owl without the proper permits. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This snowy winter has caused some quite unexpected damage. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Yet its mountains get snowy and block out the sun in winter. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Snowy weather should not come as a surprise. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The sun was well down behind the snowy peaks before the bus made it to the top. The Crossing-Place (1993)The distinctive mane of grey hair had been replaced by a snowy beard and glasses. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He listened for the rare song of the snowy owl. The Broken God (1993)It is particularly obvious in snowy weather. Times, Sunday Times (2012)How did you get from rock bottom to the snowy peaks? Times, Sunday Times (2007)But how long can he be so hot in the snowy weather? The Sun (2007)He recalls days from his childhood trudging through snowy fields for hours on end carrying the game bag. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He spent most of three days carving a piece of ivory into a likeness of the snowy owl. The Broken God (1993)The snowy mountain disappeared rapidly below. Times, Sunday Times (2012)November 1973 began mild but turned tremendously cold and snowy by the end of the month. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And we've had four or five very snowy winters in a row. The Sun (2013)In the early light, the snowy peak shone like a crown. The Crossing-Place (1993)Now thousands of families face a snowy winter in flimsy plastic shelters, with only a few thin blankets. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is with a thick accent and a snowy beard that the diminutive mogul welcomes me into his three-storey home. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But this next cold snap should not be as horrendously cold and snowy as earlier this month, although the outlook remains unclear. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Who needs a sweaty nightclub when you could be out in the snowy mountains, dancing in the crisp air under sunny skies? The Sun (2014)In 75 per cent of cases, men chose the snowy landscape and women chose the tree. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Outside, the snowy field flew by, but not quickly enough it seemed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Indeed, there were many cold snowy winters through to the 1800s. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Trends of 'snowy'
Used Occasionally. snowy is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'snowy'
British English: snowy ADJECTIVE
A snowy place is covered in snow. A snowy day is a day when a lot of snow has fallen.
...the snowy peaks of the mountains.
Definition of snowy from the Collins English Dictionary
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