- white blossoms.
- the white color of snow.
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
- to make an overwhelming impression on: The view really snowed them.
- to persuade or deceive: She was snowed into believing everything.
- to cover with or bury in snow.
- to overwhelm with a larger amount of something than can be conveniently dealt with.
- to defeat overwhelmingly.
Origin of snow
Related formssnow·less, adjectivesnow·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for snowing
It was snowing outside, and he heard a knocking at his door.Denmark Has a Riveting New Drama Starring Mads Mikkelsen|Marlow Stern|July 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It has been snowing for days, and at night temperatures in this mountain hamlet plummet far below zero.
By the time we unloaded our bags at the curb, it was snowing heavily.
The attack is always directed to the creative mind, and when we take note as we do today, it always seems to be snowing.
It is snowing, but the runway at Midway Airport has been swept and the pilots commit to a landing.
She went singing to her algebra, which she could not have done if it had not been snowing.The Green Satin Gown|Laura E. Richards
At length All-Saints' Day arrived, a grey, cold, snowing morning.A Night on the Borders of the Black Forest|Amelia B. Edwards
They stayed in it all Tuesday and Tuesday night, when it was snowing.
He stayed but a little while at Kenmuir, yet when he started for home it was snowing again.Bob, Son of Battle|Alfred Ollivant
It is an awful night, blowing and snowing; all the men but two are hors de combat.Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan, Volume I (of 2)|Isabella L. Bird
British Dictionary definitions for snowing (1 of 2)
Derived Formssnowless, adjectivesnowlike, adjective
Word Origin for snow
British Dictionary definitions for snowing (2 of 2)
Science definitions for snowing
Idioms and Phrases with snowing
In addition to the idioms beginning with snow
- snow job
- snow under
- pure as the driven snow