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  • He could smell and feel his blood soaking into fresh-fallen snow.

    The Terror

  • A light layer of fresh-fallen snow covered the rocks and mountain grasses between the scattered junipers and low pines, but the sunlight had been strong enough to melt the snow off the trees - at least on the sunny side.

    The White Order

  • Angling across the fresh-fallen snow she ran up the slope, cutting to the left until she was just below the crest of the hill.

    Ironhand's Daughter

  • His northern fairness had turned the color of fresh-fallen snow.

    Conan the Relentless

  • "The grenadiers won't be able to keep up in the fresh-fallen snow."

    Panzer Aces

  • The croc's eyes were yellow like a cat's, the colour of fresh-fallen jungle leaves.

    A Rude Awakening

  • Her beautiful shoulders and bosom, white as fresh-fallen snow upon the mountain-tops, would have been crushed to earth and covered with blood and dust.

    Taras Bulba and Other Tales

  • There they go, -- he sees them from the window, -- the two comely damsels, picking their way through the light, fresh-fallen snow of March.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 102, April, 1866

  • The banks of clouds took on a lighter hue, and began to drift apart; a pinnacle here and a crag there were swept off by the winds, until the masses of nimbus became flattened out into patches of sun-flecked foam as beautiful as fresh-fallen snow.

    Around the World in Ten Days

  • As the early darkness of the North country settled about them the men plowed heavily to the bunk-house through a foot and a half of fresh-fallen snow -- and still it snowed.

    The Promise A Tale of the Great Northwest

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