Definition of Snowbells

1. Noun. (plural of snowbell) ¹



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Definition of Snowbells

1. snowbell [n] - See also: snowbell

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snowbells

snowball fights
snowball opacity
snowball sampling
snowballed
snowballer
snowballers
snowballing
snowbank
snowbanks
snowbase
snowbases
snowbear
snowbears
snowbell
snowbells (current term)
snowbelt
snowbelts
snowberries
snowberry
snowbillies
snowbilly
snowbird
snowbirding
snowbirds
snowblade
snowblader
snowbladers
snowblading
snowblind

Literary usage of Snowbells

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1. Folio (1881)
"Encores were plenteous, and richly de- Thé female chorus never sang better served, than in 'The snowbells and May bells," a chorus of the light style of ..."

2. The Education of Karl Witte: Or, The Training of the Child by Karl Heinrich Gottfried Witte (1914)
"snowbells and crocuses started the procession, and winter asters were only crushed by the snow or a severe frost. We ourselves were always dressed cleanly ..."

3. The Flora of the Alps by Alfred William Bennett (1897)
"The beautiful snowbells are among the most favourite alpine plants, the flowers making their appearance in the ..."

4. Psychology and Parenthood by Henry Addington Bruce (1915)
"Our yard and garden were in bloom from earliest Spring to very late in the Fall. snowbells and crocuses started the procession, and winter asters were ..."

5. Psychology and Parenthood by Henry Addington Bruce (1915)
"snowbells and crocuses started the procession, and winter asters were crushed only by the snow or a severe frost. We ourselves were always dressed cleanly ..."

6. Modern Meteorology: An Outline of the Growth and Present Condition of Some by Frank Waldo (1893)
"The spring-time is divided into five periods : 1. The early spring, when the following plants bloom—snowbells ..."

7. Stray Leaves from a Border Garden by Mary Pamela Ellis Milne-Home (1901)
"... snowbells); the French name is Perce- neige. The legend of the Snowdrops is so pretty, I must just note it here, I think: Upon the dreary unknown wild, ..."

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