All day it blew, and the snowbanks disappeared as if they were beside a hot stove.
On the crusty surface of snowbanks and icy ponds, they are whirled along, and finally lodge, to rot and liberate the seeds.
The St. Bernards dragged frozen traveler monkeys from snowbanks of cotton and carried them on their backs to places of safety.
The broken remnant shrunk back to its quarters amid the snowbanks of the St Foye road.
The sun climbed higher and the snowbanks sank lower day by day, but she knew nothing of them.
Butterflies were fluttering about, and in the high hills I saw many toads crawling over the snowbanks, a singular sight to me.
No more trickling feebly from snowbanks; no more boring devious channels in oozy clay, no more stagnating in sullen dams.
Made May a bonnet, and cut out a flannel wrapper for Marmee, who feels the cold in the Concord snowbanks.
The snowbanks exhibit the handiwork of the boys, all of them from the surrounding tenements.
About noon he moved enough to throw up the snowbanks higher all around himself in the fashion of an Eskimos house.