Thesaurus / snowy
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A chain of snowy peaks stretched from south-west to north-east.

An Explorer's Adventures in TibetA. Henry Savage Landor

South, 60 W., a row of snowy heights rise behind the Purang valley.

There, a million million feathery daisies sway and dance in the breeze, lifting their snowy wheels to the blue June sky.

Ladies-In-WaitingKate Douglas Wiggin

"Dear me," said Kittie, handing over the snowy starched heap.

Six GirlsFannie Belle Irving

Before us stretched a high range, rising still higher to the left, and terminating in a snowy mountain.

The journey northward across the snowy flats was all a delight to the traveller.

The GeniusMargaret Horton Potter

She would wash a counterpane if Pettitoes, the most dainty of cats, happened but to set one of his snowy paws upon it.

The view from the windows and terrace, of blue lake and snowy mountains, is superb in the extreme.

Twenty Years in EuropeSamuel H. M. Byers

Plumes of palms and faintly-seen ridges of snowy hills appear over the battlements of the roof.

It was in 1840, when I was traveling through Sweden on a concert tour, of a snowy day, that I met a man in a sleigh.

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