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  • a  characteristic of or occurring in winter
    suffered severe wintry weather
    brown wintry grasses
  • s  devoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain
    wintry smile

  • Daley's chances for retaining his post now seem as predictable as the wintry, gray skies over Lake Michigan this time of year.
  • It was a blustery, wintry afternoon in 1970 at the University of Chicago when I first met Louis and Mary's son Richard.
  • Associated Press: Voters trudge through wintry weather to cast their vote.

  • Mark Thompson in Sydney Morning Herald
    The Anglican church no longer shows so clearly the same combination of rootedness in the early Christian tradition and unfussy, prayerful pragmatism, and the ecumenical scene is pretty wintry with less room for the distinctive genius of another... Rowan Williams International Herald Tribune Jun 20, 2008 110608 145240 wintry We know where it went wrong, it went wrong everywhere," Thompson said of last week's loss. "History tells you we do rebound well, but you've still got to go out and do it. It's a tough time of the year, these cold wintry days, and you've got...
  • Sebastien Loeb in Reuters UK
    I'm obviously dreaming of a white Monte Carlo with real wintry conditions,Loeb said through a statement by his Citroen team. "Last year the conditions were particularly dry but it should be fun if we get snow and ice this time around."

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