The resulting children have come to be called snowflake babies.
Then on your dark coat sleeve something soft and white and glistening falls—a snowflake.
She was called snowflake then and she lived in another cave.
Nature is full of genius, full of the divinity, so that not a snowflake escapes its fashioning hand.
The same law that shapes the earth and the stars shapes the snowflake.
As fuel, my choice this time fell on petroleum (“snowflake”).
That were "snowflake's" stall, sir, in the old time, and "snowflake" were little Dora's pony.
I shall not even mention the matter to my niece until we are all aboard the snowflake.
They call you 'snowflake' and all sorts of things, I am told.
She saw the intricate design of a snowflake that was the snows of all the earth and a drop of water that held all the oceans.