as snow

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  • Most of the rest falls as snow during the fall and winter months.
  • We shall be as white as snow, and the game is played. Cited from Serge Panine, by Georges Ohnet, v4
  • Among these women there was one very old, whose hair was as white as snow. Cited from Life in the Backwoods, by Susanna Moodie
  • It was as white as snow, but in the middle there was a red cross. Cited from Young Folks Treasury, Volume 2 (of 12), by Various
  • And all be white as snow of the kind of the trees that they be made of. Cited from The Travels of Sir John Mandeville, Author Unknown
  • Although his face was the face of a young man, his hair was as white as snow. Cited from The Great Secret, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • He looked very pale and thin, and his hair was white as snow. Cited from Aikenside, by Mary J. Holmes
  • Your clothing is white as snow, and your face is like the sun.
  • The story made about as much sense as snow in July.
  • When they are dry, they are almost as white as snow. Cited from Big People and Little People of Other Lands, by Edward R. Shaw
  • Her face was as pale as snow, and large tears stood in her eyes. Cited from The Late Miss Hollingford, by Rosa Mulholland
  • His hair was white as snow for age, and none other covering had he. Cited from The Hermits, by Charles Kingsley
  • Young women go to our large cities as pure as snow. Cited from Plain Facts for Old and Young, by John Harvey Kellogg
  • Its body, face and arms are as white as snow. Cited from Court Life in China, by Isaac Taylor Headland
  • The horse the old man was riding was as white as snow. Cited from Myths and Legends of the Sioux, by McLaughlin
  • In this period the hill began to be known as Snow Hill.
  • The water is cold as snow, and as white too. Cited from The Letters of the Younger Pliny, various, Vol. 1
  • He can make us clean and white, as white as snow. Cited from A Peep Behind the Scenes, by Mrs. O. F. Walton
  • The ground was white as snow with the bones of those who had died. Cited from Blackfeet Indian Stories, by George Bird Grinnell
  • These women are pure as snow, and they hold their men to the highest and the best. Cited from The White Ladies of Worcester, by Florence L. Barclay
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