Everyone has formulated an opinion on this from the avalanche of media coverage generated over the past months.
And sure enough, right there on the D&G runway was an avalanche of color and patterns and good times.
In March last year her second son Prince Johan Friso was struck by an avalanche in Austria and remains in a coma.
The union finally fell apart under an avalanche of publicity worthy of an Us magazine cover.
Last week an avalanche narrowly missed a team climbing with our boys.
A fair-sized landslide, indeed an avalanche, thundered down.
Yes, but the mountain sometimes has an opportunity to drop an avalanche on 'em.
Before I could reach a safety zone, however, I was caught in the outer edge of the avalanche and whirled along for some distance.
But when I showed him your father's will, and he had read it, he caved in like an avalanche.
But they were too late, she ended with a pathetic sigh, for the avalanche was upon them before they reached it.
1763, from French avalanche (17c.), from Romansch (Swiss) avalantze "descent," altered (by metathesis of -l- and -v-, probably influenced by Old French avaler "to descend, go down") from Savoy dialect lavantse, from Provençal lavanca "avalanche," perhaps from a pre-Latin Alpine language (the suffix -anca suggests Ligurian). As a verb, from 1872.