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snow cover

a layer of snow on the ground.
the amount of an area that is covered by snow, usually given as a percentage of the total area.
the depth of snow on the ground. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • It would spread from building to building regardless of the snow cover.

    The Year When Stardust Fell Raymond F. Jones
  • But for such precautions, even the native wayfarer would be lost when six feet of snow cover the ground.

    The Roof of France Matilda Betham-Edwards
  • The snow cover in tropical mountains offers a number of solid advantages in this connection.

  • Even though he was unable to stand, he would crawl to the lee of a boulder or copse of trees and let the snow cover him.

    Rescue Dog of the High Pass James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • To provide for winter, when insects will be gone and snow cover the seeds, he lays up a store of food.

    The Children's Book of Birds Olive Thorne Miller
  • The products of erosion also are to some extent displayed about the border of the snow cover.

  • In winter, it is true, the snow cover them with a glimmering white sheet.

  • II guess, quavered Dot, that well just have to lie right down here and let the snow cover us allall up.

  • In December and after that month they rest, for from that time the frost, ice and snow cover the ground.

    A Complete Grammar of Esperanto Ivy Kellerman Reed

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