- of, relating to, or like sleet.
Origin of sleety
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Examples from the Web for sleety
The day was dark and lowering, with occasional showers of cold and sleety rain.Jack Hinton
Charles James Lever
It was a snowy and sleety April morning, and she had already had experience of its rigour. 'A Great Man
Peter turned that over in his mind the whole of a raw and sleety February.The Lovely Lady
It was a dark, sleety night, for cold weather had just set in.Ralph on the Engine
He answered with a sleety chill: "You care more for the dog than you do for me."Excuse Me!