- n. Plural form of snowbank.
“We just got through another huge snowfall and the snowbanks are as tall as me.”
“Cars with studded tyres, cars bouncing off snowbanks, head-up displays for the drivers, and the first ever global sporting event covered entirely in the infrared part of the spectrum.”
“After researching this place, I discovered that it was a winter resort at the foot of Mont Blanc in the Italian Alps. This was not Mt. Hood in layers of your old jeans and sweatshirts — this was Audrey Hepburn & Cary Grant in sunglasses, sipping white wine backed by ski lodges and snowbanks.”
“Emanuel, though not yet in charge of any city-owned snowplows, is still capable of shoveling out cars, extracting stranded citizens from snowbanks, and making note of his ascetic breakfast "Advil and Diet Coke" using Twitter.”
“Thrilled about this new discovery he leaped & bounded with all his might through the snowbanks, sticking his nose into the snow like an ostrich in the sand & catching snowballs only to have them disintegrate on his tonque.”
“Or else searching the snowbanks for a statue of the Infant of Prague I just bought on Ebay and that the Fed-ex guy handed over to my dog.”
“Even the earliest signs of spring, with the parting of snowbanks to reveal brown muck and the long-forgotten detritus of last year, bring me a joy, a leavening of the soul that cannot be matched.”
“I long for walks unimpeded by snowbanks and treacherous ice patches, and the potential to take a toddler to a playground.”
“Helsinki is the northernmost capital in the 17-member euro-zone, a city of snowbanks and pine and white birch.”
“Pop culture is full of loyal, dedicated dogs: Balto, Lassie, that St. Bernard who's always pulling people out of snowbanks.”
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