Definition of Evening-snow
1. Noun. Small California annual with white flowers.
Generic synonyms: Phlox
Group relationships: Genus Linanthus, Linanthus
Lexicographical Neighbors of Evening-snow
Literary usage of Evening-snow
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Diary and Letters of His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson ... Captain by Thomas Hutchinson, Peter Orlando Hutchinson (1884)
"Great part of the day and all the evening, snow and a high wind : it is said to threaten a cold winter. 25th. — The snow lay upon the top of the houses this ..."
2. Weather Record for New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1847-1890 by P. Vanderbilt Spader (1890)
"Misty part of evening. Snow before day, and rain I till 11 AM ; clear part of ... part of evening. Snow squall 12:20 p. M. ; light snow and rain 10:35. ..."
3. The Great Frozen Land (Bolshaia Zemelskija Tundra): Narrative of a Winter by Frederick George Jackson, Arthur Hallam Montefiore Brice (1895)
"Light breeze till 4 PM, when it began to blow hard, increasing to a gale in the evening. Snow-storms. Light breeze with snow till noon, afterwards clear and ..."
4. The Philosophy of Storms by James Pollard Espy (1841)
"Snow fell very moderately and ceased the first part of the evening, snow 1J inches deep. Therm. 30° 30° 26° 19th, forenoon moderate NE winds and cloudy. ..."