English version

snowy in Nature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsnowysnow‧y /ˈsnəʊi $ ˈsnoʊi/ ●●● S3 adjective  1 DNwith a lot of snow the snowy fields one snowy January day2 literaryCCAL pure white, like snow snowy hair
Examples from the Corpus
snowyHis ears were tufted with snowy hair.Gavin drove Nigel back one snowy January day.Look at it, the golden evening, the snowy mountains, the citadel of the Alhambra.Well feather-insulated talons of a snowy owl's feet.Only 1,200 to 1,500 of the coastal variety of the western snowy plover are left in the world.Patient, helpful people are more noticeable on a snowy road; so, too, are the arrogant and impatient.Granada glowed in the golden evening like a jewel suspended between the snowy Sierra Nevada and the rich green of orange groves.snowy weather