Definition of snowscape in English:

snowscape

Line breaks: snow|scape
Pronunciation: /ˈsnəʊskeɪp
 
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noun

1A landscape covered in snow.
More example sentences
  • The 30-plus dancers gave us a first half like something out of a fairytale with a country house Christmas ball transforming into a snowscape.
  • Even as I said it, though, I realised that there are trains that slice through glittering virginal snowscapes - and I've even been on some of them.
  • They hauled our family sleigh through forest snowscapes swathed in clouds of husky breath as the light failed.
1.1A picture of a snowy landscape.
More example sentences
  • They include Cardinaux's peaceful snowscape St Moritz, Carlo Pellegrini's Adelboden illustrating resting skiers and Plinio Colombi's energetic Wintersport in Der Schweiz.
  • The work is filled with other puzzles - a desert landscape melds into a snowscape, which in turn can be seen as a strangely stretched image of a contemporary Sphinx-like woman.
  • This is how she sees winter, as evidenced in her beautiful group of small snowscapes, painted close to her North Wales home.

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