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Literary usage of Blizzardy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. South: The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition, 1914-1917 by Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton (1920)
"4 pm— Wind freshening with blizzardy appearance of sky. 8 pm—. . . Heavy strain on after-moorings. 9.45 pm— The ice parted from the shore; all moorings ..."
2. The Middle Years by Katharine Tynan (1917)
"The day we moved to the farmhouse the weather changed to grey and blizzardy. The day before had been very fine. I remember it because, without saying a word ..."
3. The Consolidated Rural School by Louis Win Rapeer (1920)
"Are there any typical regions in the United States where there are not now successful consolidated schools—thus, mountainous, cold, blizzardy, bad-roads, ..."
4. Sketches of Frontier and Indian Life on the Upper Missouri & Great Plains by Joseph Henry Taylor (1897)
"... and found among the trunks of massive trees, a good protection from hoary frosts and blizzardy blasts in his long winter nap. ..."
5. The Modern Railroad by Edward Hungerford (1911)
"When that superintendent came puffing into his office in the Jersey City terminal it was one o'clock of a blizzardy Sabbath morn. ..."