sneet

A combination of snow and sleet, that creates glaze on all surfaces.
When temperatures begin to drop, snizzle turns to sneet.
Sneet is frequently used in combination with snizzle.
Snizzle and Sneet are common weather conditions in the fall and spring in Minnesota.

It's a dangerous day to be driving with all of this snizzle and sneet.


Dictionary of american slang with examples. .

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  • sneet — snit …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Schneise — (Schneiße, wahrscheinlich vom niederdeutschen sneet, »Schneide«, d.h. Grenze), s. Gestelle …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • snit — a small nd insignificant object, e.g. a small cod (Scottish dialect). See also snitt and sneet …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Tunet Vila — Antonio Vila López, conocido como Tunet Vila y en menor medida Raymond Rabatsa,[1] es un historietista y cineasta español, nacido en Barcelona en 1932. Contenido 1 Biografía 2 Recopilaciones …   Wikipedia Español

  • sne — I sne 1. sne sb., en, i sms. sne , fx snebyge, snefygning II sne 2. sne vb., sner, sneede, sneet …   Dansk ordbog

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