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snowdrift

noun as in snow

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In fact, the first ski area in this valley, Driftland, opened in 1951 on a massive, recurring snowdrift, reportedly so deep that it often lingered into summer.

In places like Rocky Mountain National Park, snowdrifts ripple over meadows, and creeks burble between shelves of ice.

My favorite began with a grainy black and white shot of a large snowdrift.

The crude, rusting poles are piled side-by-side in a snowdrift of steel on the floor of the Hirshhorn.

Where the last remnants of the snowdrift lingered yesterday the plow breaks the sod to-day.

Penny landed in a snowdrift at the river bank, her parka awry, goggles hanging on one ear.

The publisher waded through a shrunken snowdrift to a side door of the building.

Snowdrift of the mountains, Spindrift of the sea, You shall keep your kingdoms; Joscelyn for me!

Snowdrift of the mountains, Spindrift of the sea, Let us part the treasure Of the world in three.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snowdrift, such as: sleet, slush, snowbank, snowfall, snowflake, and powder snow.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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