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Snow/begin to snow :: (Of frost/snow) thaw/melt (away) View Visualisation

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Fresh Search Source: SND
To thaw.

Glotten Search Source: SND
To thaw gently.

Leap Search Source: SND
Of frost: to thaw, dissolve.

Lowp Search Source: SND
Of frost: to thaw, break, disappear.

Lows/Lous Search Source: DOST
Of snowy or wintry weather or of lying snow and frost: ? To break up, come to an end with the thaw.

Lowse Search Source: SND
Of frost: to thaw.

Mizzle Search Source: SND
To vanish, decamp, disappear, melt away, esp. of snow.

Resolve Search Source: DOST
To thaw out.

Saften Search Source: SND
To thaw.

Slump Search Source: SND
To sink into mud or slush, to subside gradually and slowly into a yielding substance such as soft wet earth or melting ice.

Thow Search Sources: SND SND (supp)
As in Eng., tr. and intr., to thaw, melt, lit. and fig.

Thow/Thau Search Source: DOST
To thaw, melt.; Sc. form of Eng. Thaw.

Thow/Thau Search Source: DOST
To cause to thaw or melt.

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