from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of snow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The falling of snow.
- n. Same as fuzzing.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Well, I was supposed to go to a buddy's house for a bad movie gathering, but since it's freakin 'snowing, we elected to not get caught out in it.
Having grown up in the desert, I'm ambivalent about moisture, and I do indeed prefer, if it's going to be cold and wet, that it be cold enough for the wet to be snow. 28 and snowing is preferable to 38 and rain -- and far preferable to 33 and freezing rain!
And it wasn't snowing, which is a necessary, charming effect.
Now it's actually snowing, which is not that common here because Antarctica is a polar desert.
btw jophan, I suspect Ian may have actually meant "snowing" -- it did that here in Belfast overnight!
Elaine drove, which was fine by me because it was kind of snowing that weekend.
Now, the Bradford pears and the plums are "snowing" up all over!
I think you mean "snowing", unless you're implying some naughty activities on the part of the fed.
I think record snowfall or some kind of snowing is expected this week in Copenhagen.
It was snowing this morning – AGAIN – when I woke up this morning.
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