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cold weather

noun as in cold snap

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noun as in Jack Frost

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Example Sentences

The best thing about winter is seeing all the cute kids bundled up in their cold-weather gear.

The irony is not lost as rumors say the guards left their post because of cold weather.

It could be that people were hording medicines and avoiding going to the doctor during the cold weather.

The Iditarod is one of the most rigorous, cold-weather races in the world.

They had planned to install the system before Christmas but the cold weather prevented it until now.

The chimney was at the other end, and thus a draught of hot air constantly passed beneath the floors in cold weather.

From the 5th to the 10th of July, we had continued stormy and cold weather, with a heavy sea, and great rolling of the ship.

Besides, there was a good reason why the owner paid to have the fires kept up all this week of cold weather.

Girls are just like cats; they all like to mope around the register or the steam radiator in cold weather.

In cold weather the hearth log was kept on one side of the hearth, well within the fireplace itself, ready for use when needed.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cold weather, such as: cold spell, and cold wave.

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