snow blower

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or snow blower  (snō′blō′ər)
A machine that clears snow from a surface by collecting a swath of snow and projecting it forcefully through a chute. Also called snow thrower.

snow′blow′ v.
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snow′ blow`er

or snow′blow`er,

a motor-driven machine used to remove snow by throwing it into the air and to one side.
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Noun1.snow blower - a machine that removes snow by scooping it up and throwing it forcefully through a chutesnow blower - a machine that removes snow by scooping it up and throwing it forcefully through a chute
machine - any mechanical or electrical device that transmits or modifies energy to perform or assist in the performance of human tasks
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