American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A storm marked by heavy snowfall.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A storm with a fall of snow.
- n. Bad weather involving blowing winds and snow, or blowing winds and heavy snowfall amount.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A storm with falling snow.
- n. a storm with widespread snowfall accompanied by strong winds
- From snow + storm (Wiktionary)
“In preparation to whatever snowstorm is coming our way?”
“Copenhagen (CNN) – In a strange twist, a Washington snowstorm is forcing Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-California, to make an early departure from a global warming summit here in Denmark.”
“What if the snowstorm is what's causing the failure to communicate?”
“Weather: The inversion has passed, but a huge snowstorm is about to envelop the Western USA and Canada, well out into the upper Great Plains.”
“Now the first blind of a fast train in a driving snowstorm is no summer picnic.”
“The postman hasn’t delivered our mail since we returned from Florida, so apparently I’ll have to make a trip to the post office and pick it up (since they won’t answer the phone!!) And now this huge snowstorm is coming, foiling my plans for Friday, which included going back to the office, getting the dogs haircuts, and rehearsing with students for a music competition on Saturday.”
“(AP) - Democratic Rep. John Salazar was blocked on the campaign trail Monday when a flatbed truck ran into a snowy ditch during a mountain snowstorm.”
“The only one that readily comes to mind is the dream I occasionally have of a warm, night-time snowstorm, which is very blue.”
“In New York, it was another story—just walking down the street after a snowstorm could be a messy challenge.”
“Dr. MacLure was buried during the great snowstorm, which is still spoken of, and will remain the standard of snowfall in Dr.mtochty for the century.”
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