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Snow :: Full of/covered with snow View Visualisation

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Blirtin'/Blurtin' Search Source: SND
Squally, with short spatters of snow or rain.

Drifty Search Source: SND
Drift: falling snow driven by the wind. Hence drifty.

Moorin/Moarin/Murin Search Source: SND
Dense and drifting.

Snaw-shrooded Search Source: SND
Shrouded in snow.

Snaw-tapit Search Source: SND
Snowtopped.

Snaw-tooried Search Source: SND
Snow-capped.

Snawi(s)ch Search Source: DOST
Snowy, snow-white.

Snawie Search Source: SND
Sc. forms and usages of Eng. snowy.

Snawie/Snauie Search Source: DOST
Snowy.

Stark Search Source: SND
Of a snowfall: thick, dense, blinding.

Stoory Search Source: SND
Wild, stormy.

Storm-driftin Search Source: SND
Full of drifting snow.

Storm-stayed/Storm-ste(a)d/ Storm-sted(ed)/Storm-ste(a)ded Search Source: SND
Held up or detained on a journey by snowy or inclement weather, storm-bound.

Stormy Search Source: SND
Exposed to wintry weather, lying under snow, snow-bound.

Swithery Search Source: SND
Full of driven snow.

Thick as guts Search Source: SND
Very dense, applied to fog or snowdrift.

W(e)atherfu/Wedderfu/Weatherie/Weathery Search Source: SND
Stormy, wet and windy.

Wridy Search Source: SND
Covered with snowdrifts.

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