blizzardy

blizzardy

(ˈblɪzədɪ) or

blizzardly

adj
characterized by blizzards, or resembling a blizzard
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On a blizzardy January day, hardly any other visitors cross my path in the barrel-vaulted corridors of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia.
On one foul, blizzardy night in 1692, a highland clan, the Campbells, betrayed another, the MacDonalds, and murdered them while they slept.
After a snowy conference in Philadelphia and a blizzardy event in Chicago, American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Meeting attendees finally caught a break--Boston was merely rainy during this year's conference, held Jan.
Lambe was speaking on the telephone nearly three weeks ago from Dublin - which she described that day as "windy Dublin." One hesitated to tell her what was in the forecast for "blizzardy" Worcester.
Policemen working in blizzardy conditions; true-gritters working in the slush hour; post office staff sorting; ferry crews struggling and department stores crammed with last minute shoppers.
"March's careful legwork through the galleries, clubs and underground film venues of a blizzardy New York, the bursts of violence, the tightly buttoned family tensions, his oddly cool relationship with the beautiful Clare, all are done to perfection.
I'm sitting in a community-owned food cooperative during a blizzardy day in Viroqua, Wisconsin, trying to meet a deadline before heading out to do a speaking gig.
But no matter how much time we take off, or at whatever odd times (Tuesdays, sunny days, blizzardy days, bad hair days ...), we know that we will have the motivation to buckle down when business demands it.
If you mistook this dull picture for one of Opie's equally uninventive, more occluded, blizzardy icehouse photos, would it make any difference?
The city's freezing, blizzardy December was the product of another interloper.