snowcap

[snoh-kap]

Origin of snowcap

First recorded in 1870–75; snow + cap1
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Examples from the Web for snowcap

Historical Examples of snowcap

  • There was but a slope to descend, a sheltered cove to reach, and Snowcap would be given back to his kindred.

    Told In The Hills

    Marah Ellis Ryan

  • He thought of the time when she had lain in his arms as Snowcap was lying, and he had carried her over the hills in the moonlight.

    Told In The Hills

    Marah Ellis Ryan

  • They're easy managed now—like a lot of children, just because they shot me—when I was carrying Snowcap home.

    Told In The Hills

    Marah Ellis Ryan


British Dictionary definitions for snowcap

snowcap

noun
  1. a cap of snow, as on the top of a mountain
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