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wintry

adjective as in cold, snowy

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Then on Saturday, a wintry mix of precipitation is possible throughout the region.

The snow or wintry mix could continue Saturday night as lows drop toward the 20s.

This drawn-out wintry weather event may come in two waves, traveling along an Arctic front draped over the Mid-Atlantic.

Light wintry precipitation arrives late night, most likely starting as rain or a mix and turning to snow.

Nor did Monday’s flake-filled skies and consistently wintry vibe seem to vanish as night and darkness drew on.

Begins: As soon as enough snow has fallen to turn even the most mundane things into lovely wintry sculpture.

December 13, cold and wet snow: the first day so wintry that Roland Moore rode out to his stock tank to break ice.

Sequined dresses were shown with long, thigh-grazing sweaters in dark, wintry colors.

The designer closed out the festivities with a bang—and served up dark, wintry clothes for spring amid piles of wreckage.

The place looked pretty bleak in the pelting snow and final minutes of wintry gray light.

She smiled back at him, a pale, timid smile, like a gleam of sunshine from a wintry sky.

Each day saw the wintry winds grow colder, and soon the ice upon Lake Luna was thick enough to bear.

Later had come lean and bitter years until finally his reputation dwindled like a gutted candle in a wintry room at midnight.

And then Lamb began to taste something like panic even as the first neon signs began to smear the wintry shadows.

Thick fog banks came sweeping past at intervals; a cold north-easterly gale conveyed a wintry feeling to the air.

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On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wintry, such as: bleak, chilly, desolate, freezing, frigid, and frosty.

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

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