What is another word for Snowed?

3539 synonyms found


[ snˈə͡ʊd], [ snˈə‍ʊd], [ s_n_ˈəʊ_d]

Snowed is a simple four-letter word that has various synonyms, some of which include covered, blanketed, buried, and powdered. When referring to the accumulation of snow, other synonyms that can be used for snowed include piled, drifted, fallen, and settled. To describe the action of snow falling, synonyms for snowed include showered, dusted, fluttered, and flurried. Additionally, if you want to describe a snowstorm, other synonyms for snowed include blizzard, snowfall, and whiteout. Whatever synonym you choose, it's important to use descriptive language that accurately depicts the snow phenomenon you're describing.

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What are the hypernyms for Snowed?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for Snowed?

The antonyms for the word "snowed" are numerous, and they all indicate the absence or the opposite of snow. Some words that can be used as antonyms for "snowed" include melted, thawed, cleared, dry, heated, and sunny. Each of these words has a descriptive element to it that explains what is not present when the word "snowed" is used in its usual context. Snowed is generally indicative of a wintry scene, with a soft white blanket of snow covering the floor. By contrast, the antonyms for snowed reveal a warmer, less severe environment where there is no snow falling or on the ground.

What are the antonyms for Snowed?

Usage examples for Snowed

Peaceful in the village Darkness reigns and sleep, Every hut is standing Snowed in window deep.
"Russian Lyrics"
Translated by Martha Gilbert Dickinson Bianchi
It Snowed all day and it Snowed all night.
"The Adventures of Unc' Billy Possum"
Thornton W. Burgess
As they progressed, their danger and difficulty increased with every mile they traversed; and the last section of the road was built by men who had suffered themselves to be Snowed in and shut off from families and friends, and to give up every chance of succor in distress, that the work might not stand still.
"Two Years in Oregon"
Wallis Nash

Famous quotes with Snowed

  • L.A. is a nightmare place, man. You'll always meet this one guy out in L.A, you always – this real smarmy guy. He always says this: "Yeah, I love calling back east January 1. 'What are all you doin'? Snowed in, huh? Bummer. Me? I'm out by the pool! Ha ha ha haaa!'" What a this guy is. It's why I used to love to call L.A. when I lived in New York: "What are y'all doin'? Talking to TV producers, huh? Bummer. Me? I'm reading a book! Yeah, we're thinkin' back East. Yeah, we're evolving. Is that the Big One I hear in the background? Bye, you lizard scum! Bye!" Ha ha ha ha! It's gone, it's gone, it's gone. It's gone. All the shitty shows are gone, all the idiots screamin' in the fuckin' wind are dead, I love it. Leaving nothing but a cool, beautiful serenity called … Arizona Bay. Ha ha ha! That's right. When L.A. falls in the fuckin' ocean and is flushed away, all it will leave is Arizona Bay.
    Bill Hicks

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