One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘But it has been snowless in December, balmy in February and it rarely gets above 90 in the summer.’
- ‘Brandon traverses a short snowless section of the path.’
- ‘We eschew snow because it's a pain to shovel and makes driving difficult, but in the parts of the world that need it, a snowless winter can be devastating to the crops and the water table.’
- ‘The samples from the control plots were carefully dug from beneath the snow, keeping the snowless area as small as possible.’
- ‘We continued climbing towards the impressive, albeit snowless, peak of Keansani.’
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