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snowstorm in Nature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsnowstormsnow‧storm /ˈsnəʊstɔːm $ ˈsnoʊstɔːrm/ ●●○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 DNa storm with strong winds and a lot of snowsee thesaurus at storm2 British English a snow globe
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snowstormReaching those lighted doors after pushing through a snowstorm is ultimate coziness.There was a bad snowstorm, but they found the flags easily.The first snowstorm blew in from the north, and crows crossed the sky before it like thrown black socks.They also created a mythical patron, a just ruler who rewarded the good and punished evil doers by unleashing massive snowstorms.You have to be able to handle real emergencies: sprained ankles, heat exhaustion, sudden snowstorms, canceled flights.Drawn up and panting on the open track, Engine No.707 and coach 3113 looked black against the swirling snowstorm.The man says the Weather has predicted a terrible snowstorm and they have orders to leave early.Then I remember that time when the tent blew down in the snowstorm and his sleeping bag went in the slush.