American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A machine that clears snow from a surface by collecting a swath of snow and projecting it forcefully through a chute. Also called snow thrower.
- n. A device which picks up snow off the ground and blows it to one side in order to clear a path or road.
“My snowblower is a hand me down from grandfather to my father, and now to me, it was bought in '84 or' 86, it's a Sears Craftsman, starts with one pull, and no serious breakdowns at all.”
“A snowblower is a must for any area that gets a lot of snow and has foot traffic and the need to keep sidewalks and driveways clear," said David Blakely, who owns and operates Ophelia's Garden Inn in Syracuse with his wife, Ophelia Papworth Blakely.”
“And compounding problems has been a snowblower, which is used to move piles onto trucks.”
“Michael Dukakis's "snowblower," and both the amusing frugality and the admirable husbandry of resources it was meant to suggest, derived from some half-remembered idea of what citizens of this vanished America had laughed at and admired.”
“My brother in law is coming up from Atco for the second time in a week with the snowblower to get them dug out.”
“You might wonder why I would be annoyed other than from being awakened by the machine by a neighbor who kindly pushes his snowblower one block away to clear my driveway.”
“I was awakened this morning by the sound of a snowblower going past my bedroom window.”
“No, still gas in the snowblower - I won't do that until June!”
“The safest tool to clear your walk is a snowblower, which, "when used correctly," puts less strain on your back.”
“Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal In Soda Springs after last week's heavy snow, Cort Meredith cleared from his deck with a snowblower.”
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