- a characteristic of or occurring in winter
- A towering chap with a ramrod back and a vaguely wintery air, he retains a formidable presence even as he potters about the twisting rows of tea bushes swaddling the slopes below .
- And, I think, by his wintery eye.
- On wintery Washington evenings the old house looked like something on a Christmas cardits white expanse gleaming in the shadows, the mellow, warm light from its windows .
- Edmund Hillary in International Herald Tribune
This is probably the last opportunity that I will get to visit the wintery south,Hillary said Friday, the day after he arrived.
- Craig Parker in The Dominion Post
Jason Daniel, the producer, phoned and went through the storyline and about Tuesday coming back and being grown up. It was really exciting,Craig told Sunday News. "I was in London at the time and it was getting wintery and here's a good...
- Robert Frost in Eagle Tribune
I'm glad you had fun doing that and Winnipegger to Winnipegger, I gotta be careful how wintery I get here but for me that's just too showbiz-y. I want people to come up and do things that represent the kinds of records they're going to make, not... Zack Werner http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zack_Werner&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGj4WiQb1ToyCcF4dnxDXnfRpCIqQ CTV.ca http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20080623/CI6_24LiveShow1_080623/20080624%3Fs_name%3Didol2008%26no_ads%3D&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEk4eiuwII-bdfgFtTo4zt_ZKPjDA Jun 24, 2008
110606 151307 wintriest No orchard's the worse for the wintriest storm," poet Robert Frost wrote in "Good-bye and Keep Cold." "But one thing about it mustn't get warm."