[ snoh-brawth, -broth ]
/ ˈsnoʊˌbrɔθ, -ˌbrɒθ /
a mixture of snow and water.
What Is The Difference Between Snow Flurries And Snow Showers?Snow refers to the partially frozen water vapor which falls in flakes. The expression snow flurries refers to light, intermittent snowfall without significant accumulation. Snow flurries tend to come from stratiform clouds. Snow showers is the label used to refer to a short period of light-to-moderate snowfall, also characterized by a sudden beginning and ending. There is some accumulation with snow showers, and they fall from convective or cumuliform clouds. A snow …
Origin of snow-broth
First recorded in 1590–1600
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Examples from the Web for snow-broth
And perhaps the seeming "snow-broth blood" of Angelo puts him upon affecting a more frisky circulation than he really has.