- adj. Unable to get out of a place due to too much snow.
“If it snowed in August it would spoil the corn and the oats and the wheat; and then Uncle Henry wouldn't have any crops; and that would make him poor; and --”
“Perhaps when the summer is over, before the full grip of winter descends and they're snowed in way up there, I'll go and see how they fare.”
“On my way home it snowed in fluttering flakes, and the frozen, ghostly moon was reflected in my dull-red sleeves of glossy silk.”
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