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Definition of "snow-bound" [snow•-bound]

  • Enveloped in, or confined by, snow. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "snow-bound" in a sentence
  • "Their path took them from the high, arid plateau of Tibet, across mountain trails, glaciers and snow-bound passes into the kingdom of Sikkim."
  • "Following rival clans at a time of clashing paganism and Christianity, it is a ceaseless flow of ravishing images: nuns clasping doves while climbing to a convent on a hill; the maiden Marketa's white-hooded head resting on her father's shoulder as they drive through a snow-bound landscape; stags glimpsed through trees in the aftermath of violence."
  • "A taboo had seemingly been broken – that of never dropping your axe on snow-bound hills, for then you are helpless."
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