Definition of "hard-packed" []

  • Snow which becomes very firmly packed as it becomes refrozen due to cold weather conditions rather than melting (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "hard-packed" in a sentence
  • "She arched into the hard-packed muscles of his chest."
  • "The sculpted breadth of his shoulders, the sleek line of his torso, and the hard-packed ridges of his stomach tapering into—oh, my."
  • "Buster and Helen looked up at me, and without a word, I knelt down and pressed my ear to the hard-packed dirt."
  • "She put her hat and coat on and went out into the cold, clear evening where hard-packed snow bounced light back up to the cloud layer over Manhattan."
  • "They tipped the tub up onto its side and the bathwater poured out onto the black, hard-packed dirt floor."