Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling snow.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Resembling snow.

Etymologies

snow +‎ -like (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Moving west, another set of back roads leads to the Santa Agnes valley, filled with almond groves whose blooms in January and February draw pilgrims from all over the island, especially during the full moon, which shines on the snowlike white blossoms.

    The Other Ibiza

  • Areas of snowlike foam appear and then dissolve and there is a constant rushing, washing sound, the dull and distant rasp and thud of the engine.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • The beams revealed a white, snowlike material that carpeted the soil and clung to the rusted metal piping and the equipment like Spanish moss hanging from the branches in a Louisiana bayou.

    Bodily Harm

  • Here in Brooklyn, we have a Botanical Gardens that has Cherry Blossom Trees and when they're in full bloom, it's almost snowlike especially when the petals fall.

    Earth Day

  • The 60-mile-high plume is probably sulfur dioxide; parts are gaseous and the rest has frozen into a snowlike substance.

    Jupiter Steals The Show

  • The nostalgic music and drifting snowlike petals reminded Grace of a pretty scene in a musical glass globe.

    Sonnet of the Sphinx

  • He runs his plane over the large foam surfboard and snowlike flakes of white foam spray in the air with each pass.

    Soul Surfer

  • Where the light-blade had passed, white ashes swirled and drifted snowlike, falling on the clay beside the road, on the glass-hard melted stone of the road itself, and across the glassy parts of the shoulder that had once been sand.

    The Order War

  • The stone at his fingertips was ground to powder, fell snowlike to the earth.

    Prince of Chaos

  • Casting to and fro, he soon found what he expected, a concavity in the tumbled snowlike material, slightly aboil.

    Explorations

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