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- adj. Alternative spelling of wintry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wintry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See wintry.
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- adj. characteristic of or occurring in winter
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A great way to get out of the cold in wintery Chicago is to attend one of these upcoming events!
Pappa al PomodoroI've seen this described as a wintery tomato soup in some English language cookbooks, but they're mistaken: Pappa al pomodoro shouldn't be soupy -- thick, rather -- and is something you make when sun-ripened tomatoes and basil are at their richest.
What's "wintery" about being surrounded by USED TIREs?
I'm feeling kind of wintery - and they are saying it's going to snow again later this week, so you never know!
I just don't get the brown icing....and wouldn't white frosting be much more "wintery"?
It's been snowy here for a few days now, actually "wintery" on and off for the past month or so.
I hope you have been enjoying our "wintery" weather here.
Schools were closed for the first time in 12 years in the Windy City, known for scoffing at the kind of wintery weather that cripples less hardy cities.
In Los Angeles, it is different for me, as I truly miss the seasons and I find that 'wintery' music sharpens my dissociation.
The worst "drop" I ever had was on a cold wintery day I was muzzleloader hunting with the muzzleloader across my lap.