snowy

Part of speech: adjective

Abounding in or full of snow.

Part of speech: adjective

Snow white; spotless.

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Usage examples "snowy":

  1. No sooner did the first snowy May bush catch her eye than, with all the zest of a village maiden, she leaped from her fine coach, and breaking off a bough placed it merrily in her hat. - "Henrietta Maria", Henrietta Haynes.
  2. As his eyes peered out from the jealously- covered windows and rested on the long line of mountains, high in their snowy whiteness, he repeated the old man's words: " Why do the heathen so furiously rage together and the people imagine vain things in their hearts? - "There was a King in Egypt", Norma Lorimer.
  3. Her dark hair had turned gray early, and was fast becoming snowy white. - "A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century", E. P. Roe.