Synonyms for cold snap

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A cold snap inevitably brings a "run" of fires in its train.

After the cold snap it seemed as if spring had come in earnest.

They'd had a nice mild winter; only one cold snap at Christmas.

Anyhow, now the Indian's gone, and a cold snap threatens, we have got to quit.

In fact, we were at a loss to know what to do with them, for a cold snap had come on.

Maybe we'll have a storm and a cold snap that will improve conditions.

"We're going to be let in for a cold snap as we get up north," he went on.

She lays her eggs in November and dies with the first cold snap.

We are waiting for money now, and, of course, a cold snap has set in just when we can't possibly buy anything.

This cold snap will soon be over and I can show you no end of land worth a gold mine any time you are ready.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COLD SNAP

cold front

nounadvancing front of colder air
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