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.

    April 19th, 2008

  • 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!

    All That the Rains Bring

  • And it wasn't snowing, which is a necessary, charming effect.

    NY Daily News

  • Now it's actually snowing, which is not that common here because Antarctica is a polar desert.

    NYT > Home Page

  • btw jophan, I suspect Ian may have actually meant "snowing" -- it did that here in Belfast overnight!

    ianmcdonald: Westbound and rolling

  • Elaine drove, which was fine by me because it was kind of snowing that weekend.

    elfpvke Diary Entry

  • Now, the Bradford pears and the plums are "snowing" up all over!

    Shelbyville Times-Gazette Headlines

  • 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.

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  • It was snowing this morning – AGAIN – when I woke up this morning.

    Girl Talk Thursday – Bitch Session « Bored Mommy


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