It rained, and sleeted, and then snowed, but the ground was too wet to hold the snow.
And what could be prettier, he said, than the woods after it sleeted all night, and hoar frost finished the job!
It had rained all day, except when it sleeted, and of course we were wet through, yet we dare not light a fire.
For the four days during which we were detained at this station it rained, sleeted, and snowed alternately and unceasingly.
The road was a perfect glare of ice, and everything above ground was literally plated with sleeted frost.
Onward they went, leaning inward, treading slowly, and shot was sleeted at them from the windows.
The dividing line between snow and rain still was heavily marked, but it sleeted and our hands were quite numbed.
Well, late one evening that fall there came an early squall of Squaw winter, sleeted and spit snow wickedly.