One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Wearing shorts, flip-flops and a ventilator mask, he was shrouded in a swirling cloud of snowlike particles.’
- ‘In low-light trials, this noise grew almost to snowlike patterns from the increasing gain.’
- ‘Recently, I have been getting snowlike frost on the items in the freezer.’
- ‘The trees and everything on the ground were covered thickly with this snowlike stuff so no leaf or branch could be discerned.’
- ‘On the surface, there are shells, fish bones and a snowlike powder left behind by the alkaline waters.’
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