from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A pile or heap of snow.
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- n. A heap of snow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bank or drift of snow.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a mound or heap of snow
The bin was pushed by plows into a large snowbank, which is where the baby was found.
Good friend of mine took the emergency stop option instead of crashing into the Dombas ski-lift queue, unfortunately, inside the snowbank was a several fence-posts and connecting strands of wire.
If you want to be skeptical, you'd wonder whether Hickenlooper hadn't had some kind of snowbank-side conversion.
I told some kid earlier this week, when he was crowing over more snow and what fun it is, that he was lucky I was in a hurry, otherwise he might find himself staked out in his underwear in the nearest snowbank.
A car landed vertically in a snowbank after a multiple-vehicle accident on Interstate 93 north of Salem, N.H.
Turcotte, 26, told detectives the assailant choked her, dragged her through the streets and left her unconscious in a snowbank with her underwear down and her breasts exposed.
But amid the thoughtful musings about starving orphans and grandma in a snowbank, could his critics at least get their facts right?
Those who were of the type who would jump in and shovel a neighbor's car out of a snowbank based on decent concepts of neighborliness, and the sure knowledge that some old duffer is going to have a heart attack if they don't, are similar to those who felt the rest of us needed their help (Pat Tillman comes to mind).
It was as though the old duffer in the snowbank turned out to be some kind of organ thief, attracting only the most fit into his trap.
But one night, when they pick up a hitchhiker who threatens them with a knife, Sam grabs the knife, stabs the rider several times and tumbles him out the door into a snowbank.