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Snow :: Sleety/slushy/soft View Visualisation

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Ashtrochie Search Source: SND (supp)
Of weather: wet, rainy, tending to slush, or mud.

Bauch/Baugh Search Source: SND
Of ice: affected by thaw; not slippery.

Fresh Search Source: SND
Of weather: not frosty, open, in thaw.

Glaisterie Search Source: SND
Sleety.

Glushie/Glushy Search Source: SND
Slushy, of soft snow.

Gluthery Search Source: SND
Muddy, slushy.

Saft Search Source: SND
In regard to weather: mild, not frosty, in a state of thaw.

Slag Search Source: SND
Wet, moist, soft under foot, as of ice in a thaw; of hail or snow.

Sleekie/Sleeky Search Source: SND
Quot: A sleeky day, a day in which there falls a considerable quantity of rain mixed with snow.

Smushy Search Source: SND
Like smush, in a crushed or pulpy state, slushy.

Sneety Search Source: SND
Sleety.

Thowy Search Source: SND
Affected by a thaw, wet, sticky.

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