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snowy

[ snoh-ee ]
/ ˈsnoʊ i /
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adjective, snow·i·er, snow·i·est.

abounding in or covered with snow: snowy fields.
characterized by snow, as the weather: a snowy day.
pertaining to, consisting of, or resembling snow.
of the color of snow; snow-white: snowy skin.
immaculate; unsullied.

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Origin of snowy

before 1000; Middle English snawy,Old English snāwig.See snow, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM snowy

snow·i·ly, adverbsnow·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for snowy

snowy
/ (ˈsnəʊɪ) /

adjective snowier or snowiest

covered with or abounding in snowsnowy hills
characterized by snowsnowy weather
resembling snow in whiteness, purity, etc

Derived forms of snowy

snowily, adverbsnowiness, noun
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