Definition for Snow (-s)

snow (-s), v. [see snow, n.; related to “blow”.]

  1. Fall; lie cold; [fig.] die; [possibly a compound subject split by stanza enjambment “snow-drift”] bank of cold white frozen precipitation; [fig.] death.
  2. Phrase. “it snows”: congealed water crystals descend; white star-shaped flakes of frozen moisture fall; winter precipitation floats down to earth from the sky; [fig.] the landscape becomes totally white because of much snowfall.

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