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snow-white

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Definition of snow-white in English:

adjective

Of a pure white colour: perfect spotless utensils on a snow-white tablecloth
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  • His brown eyes were locked on the mysterious old lady as she pulled out another grayish sack, put her bony hand inside of it, and pulled out a handful of pure, snow-white powder.
  • The white sands themselves are snow-white, powdery, and gypsum-based, surrounded by mountains on three sides.
  • My hair was longer, my skin was still its snow-white colour, however I saw many new scars on my arms and chest upon looking myself over.

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