You certainly paid him back for shoving you into that snowbank.
If I can only get it into my apron I will drop it outside the door into the snowbank.
In another five minutes he was peering like a woodchuck from his hole in the snowbank.
He called for help, but the cry rose no higher than the snowbank.
Once we saw what we took to be a snowbank just ahead by the roadside.
He swung too wide, and the next moment Will had pushed him into a snowbank.
She must have dropped right into the snowbank in the bottom—Ruth!
Well, there's a snowbank in that caon, about two hundred yards off to the left of the spring.
Two small holes are frequently cut in the snowbank which forms the ledge, at about the middle of its height (see Fig. 492 a).
I was on my way to the river, thinking I could find a place on the wharves to sleep, when I stumbled and fell into the snowbank.