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SNOW, noun. (uncountable) The frozen, crystalline state of water that falls as precipitation.
SNOW, noun. (uncountable) Any similar frozen form of a gas or liquid.
SNOW, noun. (uncountable) A shade of the color white.
SNOW, noun. (uncountable) The area of frequency on a television which has no programmes broadcast in analogue sets, the image is created by the Electrical noise.
SNOW, noun. (uncountable) (slang) Cocaine.
SNOW, noun. (countable) A snowfall; a blanket of frozen, crystalline water.
SNOW, verb. (impersonal) To have snow fall from the sky.
SNOW, verb. (colloquial) To hoodwink someone, especially by presenting confusing information.
SNOW, verb. (poker) To bluff in draw poker by refusing to draw any cards.
SNOW, noun. (nautical) A square-rigged vessel, differing from a brig only in that she has a trysail mast close abaft the mainmast, on which a large trysail is hoisted.
SNOW, proper noun. A surname.
SNOW ANGEL, noun. A design, made in fresh snow, by lying on one's back and moving the arms up and down, and the legs from side to side
SNOW ANGELS, noun. Plural of snow angel
SNOW APPLE, noun. An heirloom variety of apple, with white flesh.
SNOW APPLES, noun. Plural of snow apple
SNOW BANNER, noun. A banner-like stream of snow blown into the air from a mountain peak, often having a pinkish colour and extending horizontally for several miles across the sky.
SNOW BANNERS, noun. Plural of snow banner
SNOW BIRD, noun. Alternative spelling of snow-bird
SNOW BLINDNESS, noun. A painful condition of the eyes caused by exposure of unprotected eyes to the ultraviolet (UV) rays in bright sunlight reflected from snow or ice.
SNOW BLOWER, noun. Alternative form of snowblower
SNOW BUNNIES, noun. Plural of snow bunny
SNOW BUNNY, noun. A young attractive female skier
SNOW BUNNY, noun. (AAVE) (slang) (derogatory) (ethnic slur) A white woman.
SNOW BUNNY, noun. A woman who loves to play in the snow.
SNOW BUNTING, noun. A finch, Plectrophenax nivalis, having white plumage; it is widely distributed in northern latitudes.
SNOW BUNTINGS, noun. Plural of snow bunting
SNOW CANNON, noun. A machine that spurts out snow over pistes where there is little or no snow cover.
SNOW CANNONS, noun. Plural of snow cannon
SNOW CHAIN, noun. A chain put on a wheel of a vehicle to give it more traction
SNOW CHAINS, noun. Plural of snow chain
SNOW CONE, noun. (US) A confection consisting of crushed ice covered with flavored syrup or fruit juice, usually served in a paper cone or a plastic glass.
SNOW CONES, noun. Plural of snow cone
SNOW COVER, noun. The amount of snow on a mountain; the depth of snow that has fallen.
SNOW CRAB, noun. Any crab of the genus Chionoecetes.
SNOW CRABS, noun. Plural of snow crab
SNOW CREAM, noun. A dessert made by mixing a small amount of milk or cream and flavouring agents such as vanilla and sugar into clean, fresh snow, causing the snow to melt and congeal into an ice-cream-like substance.
SNOW CREAM, noun. A dessert made by mixing cream, rosewater and sugar, and sometimes other flavouring agents, such as clove or ginger, and whipping the mixture until it is stiff and resembles snow.
SNOW DAY, noun. (US) A day when a school is closed because of inclement weather.
SNOW DAY, noun. (US) A day set aside on a school calendar in certain climates, assuming a closure will occur during a given time period.
SNOW DAYS, noun. Plural of snow day
SNOW DONUT, noun. Alternative spelling of snow doughnut
SNOW DOUGHNUT, noun. A rare snow formation where self-rolling balls of snow lose their central portion, resulting in a doughnut shape.
SNOW DOUGHNUTS, noun. Plural of snow doughnut
SNOW DOWN, verb. (intransitive) to fall from the sky, as snow
SNOW DRIFT, noun. An accumulation of snow caused by wind currents, typically much deeper and higher than the depth of snow that fell directly.
SNOW FIGURE, noun. Snow sculpted into a human figure, a snowman or snowwoman
SNOW FLEA, noun. Hypogastrura nivicola, a kind of springtail, often seen jumping about on the surface of snow.
SNOW FLEAS, noun. Plural of snow flea
SNOW FORT, noun. (chiefly northern US and Canada) A walled structure constructed of snow and used for children's wintertime play.
SNOW FOX, noun. The arctic fox (Alopex lagopus).
SNOW FOXES, noun. Plural of snow fox
SNOW FUNGUS, noun. Tremella fuciformis, an edible jelly fungus
SNOW GLOBE, noun. A decorative object or toy containing a model of a landscape, fluid and suspended white flakes that emulate snowfall when shaken.
SNOW GLOBES, noun. Plural of snow globe
SNOW GOLF, noun. A form of golf played over snow (or ice) instead of grass.
SNOW GOOSE, noun. A goose of the species Chen caerulescens, native to North America.
SNOW GUARD, noun. (construction) A device or series of devices attached to the roof in a pattern that attempts to hold the snow in place, thus preventing sudden snow or ice slides from the roof
SNOW GUM, noun. Eucalyptus pauciflora, an Australian flowering shrub in the family Myrtaceae.
SNOW GUMS, noun. Plural of snow gum
SNOW GUN, noun. Alternative spelling of snowgun
SNOW GUNS, noun. Plural of snow gun
SNOW IN, verb. (transitive) To prevent from moving (from a building, in a city, etc) by a large snowfall.
SNOW JOB, noun. (idiomatic) An attempt to persuade a person using flattery or deception.
SNOW LEOPARD, noun. A large feline mammal, Uncia uncia, native to mountain ranges of central Asia
SNOW LEOPARDS, noun. Plural of snow leopard
SNOW LEVEL, noun. The depth of snow accumulated on the ground.
SNOW LEVEL, noun. (rare) The altitude, in a mountainous region, above which the ground is covered with snow.
SNOW LEVELS, noun. Plural of snow level
SNOW LINE, noun. The altitude, in a mountainous region, above which the ground is covered with snow, at any particular time.
SNOW LINE, noun. (astronomy) the inner limit where volatile molecules can remain frozen in the zone around a star
SNOW LINE, noun. (astronomy) by restriction, the limit for water remaining solid instead of evaporating away under solar radiation
SNOW LINES, noun. Plural of snow line
SNOW LOAD, noun. (roofing) The live load due to the weight of snow on a roof; included in the design calculations.
SNOW LOADS, noun. Plural of snow load
SNOW LOTUS, noun. Any of various plants in the genus Saussurea that grow at high latitudes in central Asia.
SNOW MEOW, noun. Alternative form of snowmeow
SNOW MEOWS, noun. Plural of snow meow
SNOW MEW, noun. Alternative form of snowmeow
SNOW MEWS, noun. Plural of snow mew
SNOW MOREL, noun. Gyromitra gigas, an edible mushroom.
SNOW ON THE MOUNTAIN, noun. Alternative form of snow on the mountaintop
SNOW ON THE MOUNTAIN TOP, noun. Alternative spelling of snow on the mountaintop
SNOW ON THE MOUNTAINTOP, noun. (idiomatic) (euphemistic) (often humorous) Gray or white hair on one's head, especially as an indication of aging.
SNOW ON THE ROOF, noun. Alternative form of snow on the rooftop
SNOW ON THE ROOF TOP, noun. Alternative spelling of snow on the rooftop
SNOW ON THE ROOFTOP, noun. (idiomatic) (euphemistic) (often humorous) Gray or white hair on one's head, especially as an indication of aging.
SNOW OUT, verb. Used other than as an idiom. To snow outside.
SNOW OUT, verb. (idiomatic) To cover with snow
SNOW OUT, verb. (usually in passive) To prevent people entering somewhere, because of snow.
SNOW PARK, noun. An area of a piste created for snowboarders and skiers to do tricks
SNOW PARKS, noun. Plural of snow park
SNOW PEA, noun. A cultivar of pea, Pisum sativum having an edible pod.
SNOW PEAR, noun. Pyrus nivalis, a hardy pear tree of south-east Europe and western Asia.
SNOW PEAR, noun. The fruit of Pyrus nivalis, a roundish, somewhat sour pear.
SNOW PEARS, noun. Plural of snow pear
SNOW PEAS, noun. Plural of snow pea
SNOW PENTATHLON, noun. A five-leg five-sport race involving bicycling, running, cross-country skiing, ice skating, snowshoeing.
SNOW PENTATHLONS, noun. Plural of snow pentathlon
SNOW PETREL, noun. A small, pure white fulmarine petrel with black underdown, coal-black eyes, small black bill and bluish gray feet.
SNOW PLANT, noun. Sarcodes sanguinea, a parasitic flowering plant in the heath family.
SNOW PLOUGH, noun. British standard spelling of snow plow.
SNOW PLOUGHS, noun. Plural of snow plough
SNOW PLOW, noun. A vehicle that is used to push snow off surfaces such as roads.
SNOW PLOW, noun. A device attached to a vehicle to enable it to be used for removing snow.
SNOW PLOW, noun. A maneuver/manoeuvre in skiing in which the tips of the skis point inwards and the back ends point outwards, imitating a snow plow.
SNOW PLOW, verb. (transitive) To clear (roads, etc) using a snow plow.
SNOW PLOW, verb. (intransitive) To perform a snow plow in skiing.
SNOW QUEEN, proper noun. A female fairy tale character with magical power over snow and ice.
SNOW SHED, noun. A structure that provides avalanche protection for roads and railroad tracks. They can be built of wood or reinforced concrete.
SNOW SHEEP, noun. Ovis nivicola, a species of sheep, which comes from the mountainous areas in the northeast of Siberia.
SNOW SHOVEL, noun. A broad-bladed shovel designed specifically for the shovelling of snow.
SNOW SHOVELS, noun. Plural of snow shovel
SNOW SHOWER, noun. A snow system leading to an accumulation of snow between 1 to 3 inches. A snow shower brings more snow than a flurry, but less than a snow storm or a blizzard.
SNOW SHOWERS, noun. Plural of snow shower
SNOW SKINK, noun. Any skink in the taxonomic genus Niveoscincus, endemic to south-eastern Australia (Tasmania and Victoria).
SNOW SKINKS, noun. Plural of snow skink
SNOW THROWER, noun. Alternative form of snowthrower
SNOW TRAIN, noun. A train service, that only runs during a winter sports season, that carries skiers and other tourists to and from a resort.
SNOW UNDER, verb. (transitive) To overwhelm (with large quantities of something to be dealt with).
SNOW WHITE, proper noun. A fairy tale, the best-known version of Schneewittchen collected by the Brothers Grimm, in which a beautiful young girl is poisoned by a jealous queen and tended by dwarfs.
SNOW WHITE, proper noun. The main character in that story.
SNOW WHITE, proper noun. A fictional character in the fairy tale Snow-White and Rose-Red, from Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot collected by the Brothers Grimm.
SNOW, noun. Precipitation falling from clouds in the form of ice crystals.
SNOW, noun. A layer of snowflakes (white crystals of frozen water) covering the ground.
SNOW, noun. English writer of novels about moral dilemmas in academe (1905-1980).
SNOW, noun. Street names for cocaine.
SNOW, verb. Fall as snow; "It was snowing all night".
SNOW, verb. Conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end; "He bamboozled his professors into thinking that he knew the subject well".
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