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Snow/begin to snow :: Cover with/be full of snow View Visualisation

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Goor Search Source: SND
Of streams: to become choked up with snow and ice following a thaw.

Gorge (up) Search Source: SND
To choke up (a channel) with snow, ice, etc. Now always with up.

Gray/Grey Search Source: SND
To cover with a thin sprinkling of snow.

Grime Search Source: SND
To sprinkle, cover with a thin layer (esp. of snow), to fleck. Commonly in vbl.n.

Lapper Search Source: SND
To become full of melting snow, ice or slush.

Lock Search Source: SND
Of weather, snow, mist, etc.: to make a place impassable or impenetrable.

Moor up Search Source: SND
With up; to choke with drifting snow, to snow up.

Owerblaw Search Source: SND
To cover over or be covered with snow.

Ree Search Source: SND (supp)
Read: tr. to cover or surround with a snow-wreath.

Smore Search Source: SND
Of atmosphere: to be thick, with snow, smoke or the like.

Smore Search Source: SND
To confine, pen up closely, to cover over thickly in snow or the like.

Smuir Search Source: SND
Of persons or animals: to cause to suffocate, choke, stifle, smother, crush the breath out of, by smoke, drifted snow, drowning,

Smuir Search Source: SND
To bury or cover over thickly so as to obscure or obliterate, to envelop in a dense covering of smoke, snow, vegetation or the like.

Smuir Search Source: SND
To be choked, stifled, suffocated, to suffer or die from want of air, esp. to perish by being buried in a snowdrift.

Snaw Search Source: SND
Sh. usage: to be snowed up.

Storm Search Source: SND
To block or cover up with snow, to beset with snow and frost.

Straik Search Source: SND
To fill (a road or the like) with snow till it is level with its sides, fences, etc.

Wreath Search Source: SND
To cover or bury in drifted snow.

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