Definition of snowily in US English:

snowily

adverb

  • See snowy

    • ‘Imagine discovering this, one of the most snowily romantic of works, in an overwhelming performance and recording.’
    • ‘A piece of dazzlingly fresh fish, rubbed with a little olive oil and sea salt and roasted until its flesh is snowily opaque often needs little more than a piece of lemon to be at its best, or maybe just some piquant capers and parsley.’
    • ‘Combined with the snowily austere imagery of the scene, the effect is chilling.’
    • ‘Red poinsettias lend hits of Christmas color upstairs and down, flanking the snowily dressed bed in the master bedroom.’
    • ‘Given that conditions were clear blue overhead, with the whole country basking snowily under sunlight, it was extraordinarily difficult to see where I was going.’

Pronunciation

snowily

/ˈsnōəlē/