from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without snow, not having any snow
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of snow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Destitute of snow.
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Some question whether the streak is meaningful or truly "snowless," because we've had a trace or a fraction or an inch from time to time since our last snowfall of any real significance on Feb. 24.
Russia's "Steal the podium 'Campaign for the Sochi" snowless "Winter Olympics 2014
Dozens of companies jumped in to supply the growing market, but by the early 1980s a combination of high interest rates plus a couple of snowless winters caused an industry shakeout; Arctic Enterprises filed for bankruptcy protection.
Four hours later they arrived at Lake Tahoe's Squaw Valley USA resort, marking another run for the Bay Area Ski Bus in this so-far snowless season.
We had the first snowless March since 1865 with less than half our “normal” rainfall.
If your doing some late season huntin 'try snowless patches of grass.
With very little areas to feed those snowless patches are great for huntin '
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I've often though of living in Florida or New Mexico or someplace else warm and snowless.
If you live in a snowless clime, we admire and resent you.