Thesaurus / wintry

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At eight o'clock, when the wintry dawn was breaking and the fog lifting, we entered the station.
THE AMATEUR ARMYPATRICK MACGILL
Euripides contrasts the sun-lit mountain flats of Persia with the wintry land of Media and the citadels of Bactria.
Nature awoke from her wintry sleep, and the spring of modern landscape painting broke with its sadness and its smiles.
She strikes and sticks fast on outlying sands, where the sea is roaring and leaping like a thousand fiends in the wintry blast.
BATTLES WITH THE SEAR.M. BALLANTYNE
Then with suddenness a wintry red crept into his cheek, a brightness into his eyes.
FOESMARY JOHNSTON
She smiled back at him, a pale, timid smile, like a gleam of sunshine from a wintry sky.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
She was in her own apartments this pale, wintry afternoon, putting the finishing touches to her toilet.
A LITTLE JOURNEY IN THE WORLDCHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
That Ollie had come forward to save him–unasked, unexpected–was like the comfort of a cloak against the wintry wind.
THE BONDBOYGEORGE W. (GEORGE WASHINGTON) OGDEN
Fellow-man, I am about to confess to you: I would snatch back some days of youth,—a wintry likeness of youth, better than none.
Were you to furnish a Spanish house in the style of cold, wintry England, you would be unable to breathe.

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