adjective, sleet·i·er, sleet·i·est.
Origin of sleety
Related Words for sleetywintry, crisp, snowy, frozen, brisk, raw, icy, frosty, cool, bitter, intense, bleak, frigid, chilled, arctic, keen, cutting, sharp, chill, Siberian
Examples from the Web for sleety
Historical Examples of sleety
The day was dark and lowering, with occasional showers of cold and sleety rain.Jack Hinton
Charles James Lever
It was a snowy and sleety April morning, and she had already had experience of its rigour. 'A Great Man
Peter turned that over in his mind the whole of a raw and sleety February.The Lovely Lady
It was a dark, sleety night, for cold weather had just set in.Ralph on the Engine
He answered with a sleety chill: "You care more for the dog than you do for me."Excuse Me!