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noun as in snow


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Express forecastForecast in detailWith any lingering morning snowflakes pulling away, we’ll keep monitoring some drizzle in the area that could cause some iciness.

The snowflakes build up as water molecules tumble around in the sky.

Other than a few mood-enhancing snowflakes and the clouds that brought them, the day still managed to end up slightly above normal, with temperatures in the mid-40s.

There’s a chance its precipitation edges close enough to the region to sneak in a few snowflakes, but probably not.

Going into next week the chances of snowflakes seem to be on the way up.

The BBC judged the Opening Ceremony to be a success, apart from the “slightly misbehaving snowflake.”

No matter: the show must go on, and it did, beginning with “Snowflake-gate.”

To be sure, Obama is no privacy-ignoring, union-suppressing political snowflake.

The resulting children have come to be called snowflake babies.

When the formation of the drop of water or snowflake begins, the mass is very small.

When Snowflake came to the cave dragging the handsome reindeer, the people shouted for joy.

And when they had knocked off the beautiful antlers, they gave them to Snowflake and changed her name.

Snowflake learned her lessons well and she found new ways of doing things.

Draw one of these pictures:—Snowflake finds a reindeer caught in the vines.Antler teaches the children to set traps.

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

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