Definition of 'unmelted'
Example sentences containing 'unmelted'
MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
On the north side of the trees and bushes, large lumps of unmelted snow lurked, cushions of white in the damp undergrowth.MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
So cold were the Sanctuary's long stone hallways that the snow remained unmelted as he pulled off his mittens and banged the steelTHE BROKEN GOD
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