white as snow.
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How to use snow-white in a sentence
And the mirror replied: “You, my queen, may have a beauty quite rare, but Little Snow White is a thousand times more fair.”
When she arrived, she saw that Little Snow White was the bride.
When the dwarfs came home from the mines that evening, they found Little Snow White lying on the ground, and she was dead.
The queen was so horrified that all her blood rushed to her heart when she realized that Little Snow White was alive once again.
The mirror answered: “You, my queen, may have a beauty quite rare, but Little Snow White is a thousand times more fair.”
The runs were covered with several thousand snow-white, red-combed chickens, and all their little white houses shone in the sun.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
Above was a deep-blue sky with those thick low masses of snow-white clouds one sees only in Bavaria.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
They formed tremulous islands about which the water-lilies spread their great heart-shaped leaves and snow-white flowers.Honey-Bee | Anatole France
The vehicle halted directly in front of him and a man with ruddy cheeks and snow-white hair leaned out to wave at him.The Man from Time | Frank Belknap Long
Out by the hill, a butterfly, snow white, rested a moment on the young girl's hair.The Dragon Painter | Mary McNeil Fenollosa
British Dictionary definitions for snow-white
white as snow
pure as white snow
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