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Weather DependentPlay
Use 'snowy' to describe weather conditions, landscapes, or seasons with snow presence. SlideI canceled my trip because of the snowy forecast.
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Visual ImageryPlay
'Snowy' evokes images of white, cold, and pristine environments often used in storytelling. SlideThe characters ventured into the snowy wilderness.
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Not Always ColdPlay
'Snowy' describes appearance, not temperature; something may look snowy without being cold. SlideThe dessert had a snowy dusting of coconut flakes.