Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The peculiar reflection that arises from fields of ice or snow: same as ice-blink. Also called snow-light.

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Examples

  • For the most part, they were lean and spare, bronzed by frost and snow-blink, and straight of limb, for, though scarcely half of them were Canadian born, the prairie, as a rule, swiftly sets its stamp upon the newcomer.

    Hawtrey's Deputy

  • For the most part, they were lean, spare, straight of limb and bronzed by frost and snow-blink, for though scarcely half of them were Canadian born, the prairie, as a rule, swiftly sets its stamp upon the newcomer.

    Masters of the Wheat-Lands

  • Virginia leaned over the railing to look past the car and the dovecote station shading her eyes to shut out the snow-blink from the sun-fired peaks.

    A Fool for Love

  • He stood with the jewel between his thumb and forefinger, eyeing her fixedly, and on his handsome features shone a smile, treacherous and chilling as arctic snow-blink.

    St. Elmo. A Novel.

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