Origin of wintry
OTHER WORDS FROM wintrywin·tri·ly, adverbwin·tri·ness, nounun·win·try, adjective
How to use wintry in a sentence
And, while the most severe weather I’ll endure this winter will probably involve outdoor dining, wearing my favorite pieces reminds me of the icy adventures they have kept me warm on, from the Arctic Ocean to the wintry streets of Moscow.Sweater weather transports this writer to places like Scotland, Ireland and Norway|Karen Gardiner|December 17, 2020|Washington Post
The combination of this evening’s wintry mix and temperatures falling into the 20s areawide overnight will result in very slick roadways and sidewalks overnight into Thursday morning, especially along and west of I-95.Sleet and snow pull away after midnight leaving behind falling temperatures and icy spots|Jason Samenow, Dan Stillman|December 17, 2020|Washington Post
East of the Beltway, a cold rain or wintry mix are more likely than accumulating snowfall.
As cold air feeds south from eastern Canada, a storm is forecast to develop off the North Carolina coast and is likely to generate a wintry mix of precipitation in the Washington region.
This version is appropriately wintry, with cabbage and warm spices like clove and cinnamon.6 vegetable-filled soups to help you counterbalance that rich holiday food|Kari Sonde|November 30, 2020|Washington Post
They felt the death again, a whole field laid low by one stroke, and wintriness in the season of glad life.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith
The hills that fringed the city were ragged in their wintriness, and ash-dark with the thickening dusk.The Tempering|Charles Neville Buck