Definition of snowsuit in English:

snowsuit

Syllabification: snow·suit
Pronunciation: /ˈsnōso͞ot
 
/

noun

A child’s one- or two-piece coverall with a warm lining for protection against cold and often with a water-repellent outer material.
More example sentences
  • As soon as they could walk, my mother and aunts were shoved outside to play, in snowsuits in the winter.
  • In the front of the minivan were two men dressed in black snowsuits, both of them wearing dark sunglasses.
  • When you're dressed in a snowsuit, you've got all this padding, anyway.

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