Adjective, : wintry blasts; wintry skies. ,We had wintry weather well into May last year. ,a wintry manner. From Dictionary.com.
If temperature is any measure of wintriness, it is clear that December has been much colder than average in Washington. From Wordnik.com. [In a rarity, both lunar eclipse and winter solstice to occur Tuesday] Reference
Polar aristocracy, inflicting the woes of wintriness upon us. From Wordnik.com. [Beauchamp's Career — Complete] Reference
But there's no denying the overwhelming, sense-numbing wintriness of. From Wordnik.com. [NYT > Home Page] Reference
But D.coder believes that even that statistic overstates D. C.'s lack of wintriness. From Wordnik.com. [Christian Science Monitor | All Stories] Reference
They felt the death again, a whole field laid low by one stroke, and wintriness in the season of glad life. From Wordnik.com. [The Amazing Marriage — Complete] Reference
There is a scepticism whose face is toward wintriness and death; but there is a doubt which is looking toward the sun and toward all blessedness. From Wordnik.com. [Personal Friendships of Jesus] Reference
And he was merry like a boy now that the first breath of spring -- for so it seemed, although no doubt plenty of wintriness remained and would yet show itself -- had loosened the hard hold of the frost, which is the death of Nature. From Wordnik.com. [Adela Cathcart, Volume 3] Reference
And in their wintriness they say. From Wordnik.com. [0 641. Coeur de Lion to Berengaria by Theodore Tilton. Stedman, Edmund Clarence, ed. 1900. An American Anthology, 1787-1900] Reference
wintriness responded to wintriness. From Wordnik.com. [Brave New World]
A sudden wintriness went over her charming face. From Wordnik.com. [Mary Gray] Reference
Is it this wintriness?. From Wordnik.com. [Word Magazine - Comments] Reference
A little crisp wintriness helped it some. From Wordnik.com. [Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador] Reference
The story goes on to tell how, at last, weary with wintriness, she travelled towards the southern regions of her globe, to meet the spring on its slow way northwards; and how, after many sad adventures, many disappointed hopes, and many tears, bitter and fruitless, she found at last, one stormy afternoon, in a leafless forest, a single snowdrop growing betwixt the borders of the winter and spring. From Wordnik.com. [Phantastes: A Faerie Romance for Men and Women] Reference
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