snow in


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w>snow in

vt sep (usu pass) to be or get snowed ineinschneien; we are snowed inwir sind eingeschneit
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said Vasili Andreevich, pointing to something dark that appeared amid the snow in front of them.
Then he reflected that there had been no deep snow in Natal for years, and, having drunk a "tot" of squareface and smoked his pipe, he went to bed beneath the after-tent of his larger wagon.
Last water, snow in the air, snow on the ground, ice on the lake, on the river ice in the eddies.
It had begun to snow about ten o'clock in the morning and a wind sprang up and blew the snow in clouds along Main Street.
The elements, however, abetted me in making a path through the deepest snow in the woods, for when I had once gone through the wind blew the oak leaves into my tracks, where they lodged, and by absorbing the rays of the sun melted the snow, and so not only made a my bed for my feet, but in the night their dark line was my guide.
She was not surprised, therefore, when at the end of the fourth march Kotuko, whose eyes were burning like fire-balls in his head, told her that his tornaq was following them across the snow in the shape of a two-headed dog.