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snowfield a wide, fairly permanent expanse of snow, as at the head of a glacier.
snowflake a single flake of snow.
snow goose a wild white or bluish-gray goose with black wing tips that breeds in northern regions.
snow in to make people not able to go out because of a large amount of snow.
snow job (slang) an attempt to persuade or deceive by using flattery or exaggeration.
snow leopard a large, long-haired white feline mammal with dark blotches in its fur, found in central Asia.
snowless combined form of snow.
snow line the lower boundary of an area that is covered permanently with snow, as on mountains.
snowman a figure, roughly resembling a man, made of packed snow.
snowmobile a small powered vehicle that is capable of traveling through or over snow.
snow-on-the-mountain a plant found in central North America that bears small white flowers and has white-margined upper leaves.
snow pants pants made of water-resistant fabric, often having an attached bib and shoulder straps, worn especially during play activities in snow.
snow pea a variety of pea with flat, edible pods.
snowplow a machine or vehicle that is equipped with a large shovel or blade for clearing snow from streets, highways, or the like. [2 definitions]
snowshoe a light frame that is shaped like a racket and strung with a netting so that it can be attached to the foot and used for walking on deep snow. [2 definitions]
snowshoe hare a large hare of northern North America that has broad feet and fur that is white in winter and brown in summer; snowshoe rabbit.
snowslide an avalanche of snow.
snowstorm a storm in which there is a heavy fall of snow and often high winds.
snowsuit a child's one- or two-piece outer garment worn in cold weather.
snow tire a tire made to give added traction on snow or ice.
snow-white white as snow; pure white.