- a figure of a person made of packed snow.
Origin of snowman
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Examples from the Web for snowman
Who is Parson Brown, and why are these people making a snowman that looks like him?
The narrator is suggesting that they build a snowman that looks like a minister.
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Isobel began the story with the building of the snowman; Gyp took it up.
You know you built the snowman and Jerry took the blame so's you could play basketball.
"And I sent him away from our snowman on the same account," sighed Janet.
She was trying to make the snowman's face, and it was not easy work.
That snowman of yours, Jack, tackled the wrong fellow, don't you think so?The Jumble Book
- a figure resembling a man, made of packed snow
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Word Origin and History for snowman
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