Noun(1) precipitation falling from clouds in the form of ice crystals(2) a layer of snowflakes (white crystals of frozen water(3) English writer of novels about moral dilemmas in academe (1905-1980(4) street names for cocaine
Verb(1) fall as snow(2) conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end
(1) In dry-winter areas that don't freeze or have much snow , water perennials once a month on a sunny, warm day to keep them alive and healthy.(2) The weather wasn't really improving it was starting to snow pretty heavily and I feared that the traffic would be a disaster.(3) carbon dioxide snow(4) There was a heavy, wet snow falling gently on the harbour.(5) Halfway to the Northern palace, two days into the journey, night fell as fresh snow floated to the ground.(6) I expected to see snow on the mountains, it was that cold.(7) When the vapor condenses into rain or freezes to make snow , the precipitation is acid, which can fall into lakes.(8) As wet, fluffy snow fell throughout the day, many protestors began tossing snowballs at riot police.(9) He found her sitting alone next to a window, watching snow falling onto the ground.(10) we were trudging through deep snow(11) I looked outside, and saw that it had started to snow really hard.(12) The first cryogens were liquid air and compressed carbon dioxide snow .(13) The film is astonishingly beautiful in its pristine silver light, with snow on the ground and a weak sun low over the city.(14) all that they could pick up on their screens was snow(15) the first snow of the season(16) The television filled with digital snow , casting a pale glow about the darkened room.