- an implement or machine for clearing away snow from highways, railroad tracks, etc.
- Skiing. a maneuver in which a skier pushes the heels of both skis outward so that they are far apart, as for turning, decreasing speed, or stopping.
- to clear of snow using a snowplow.
- to clear away snow with a snowplow.
- Skiing. to execute a snowplow.
Origin of snowplow
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Examples from the Web for snowplow
A snowplow driver got the axe after posting a video of himself gleefully dumping snowdrifts onto cars earlier this winter.Miners Fired Over ‘Harlem Shake’ Video & Other Job-Killing Memes
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That fifty thousand they lost on that snowplow just about put the crimp in 'em.The White Desert</p>
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Their progress was slowed here for the road had not been cleared by a snowplow.Janet Hardy in Hollywood</p>
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The trail curved sharply ahead and Troy gently manipulated the front fork skis into a snowplow to cut speed.The Thirst Quenchers
"We followed the snowplow up," Bud said, going to the table where his after-school snack always waited.The Black Fawn
James Arthur Kjelgaard
Today, the first of October forty years ago, we drove the snowplow at home.Look Back on Happiness