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snowslide

[ snoh-slahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF snowslide
  • as inlandslide
  • as inavalanche

Synonyms for snowslide

  • avalanche
  • mudslide
  • rockslide
  • earthfall
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SNOWSLIDE

I can mention his name now without Ketury's landin' onto me like a snowslide.

He told the Ranger and the doctor about their ride on the snowslide.

They were climbing Mont Blanc when a snowslide swept them away into a deep crevasse.

This tearing wind will soon roll up the mist, and the thunder will certainly start another big rock or a snowslide.

There was a snowslide too that buried their house and gave them some lively work to dig themselves out.

Joe looked for a long time before he answered, and then he said, Snowslide, I reckon.

I said a long time back Id give a pretty if a man of God would come in here and shake this camp like a snowslide in the mountains.

A few times I have known of one or more to be carried down to death by a snowslide.

Deer, elk, and mountain sheep occasionally are caught in deep snow, or are struck by a snowslide.

Once I knew of a number of wolves and two lions lingering for more than two weeks at the wreckage brought down by a snowslide.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SNOWSLIDE

avalanche

nounfalling large mass; sudden rush of large quantity
  • barrage
  • deluge
  • flood
  • inundation
  • landslide
  • landslip
  • snowslide
  • torrent
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