A fine, sleety snow was beginning to fall, and everyone was afraid of another storm and anxious to have the burial over with.
It was a snowy and sleety April morning, and she had already had experience of its rigour. '
Ruskin is unjust I think when he says "Science teaches us that the clouds are a sleety mist; Art, that they are a golden throne."
He answered with a sleety chill: "You care more for the dog than you do for me."
The freezing mud was ankle deep, and, as the sleety storm swept by, it encased the outer world in an icy covering.
Though a drizzly, sleety day, it did not dampen our ardor—nor that of the mosquitos.
The day was dark and lowering, with occasional showers of cold and sleety rain.
The wind blew, and the sleety rain fell, and I went back to the inn.
The sleety storm drove sharply in my face, rendered doubly sensitive to its rigor by long absence from outward air.
The clatter of sleety rain against the windows made him restless.