white as snow


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white as snow

If something is as white as snow, it is very white in colour. Aged 90, her hair is now as white as snow.
See also: snow, white
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And so the little girl really did grow up; her skin was as white as snow, her cheeks as rosy as the blood, and her hair as black as ebony; and she was called Snowdrop.
But after a short time the woman gave birth to a little girl, who was as white as snow and as cold as ice.
They peddle out such a fish as that by the pound in the market- house there; everybody buys some of him; his meat's as white as snow and makes a good fry.
Her hair and eyes are dark, but her neck and arms are white as snow.
Anne walked with him to the house up the brook, over a field that was as white as snow with daisies.
For the Prince's face had turned as white as snow, and his eyes, which had been mud-colored, were a manly gray!
I followed him in, and I remember observing the contrast the neat, bright doctor, with his powder as white as snow and his bright, black eyes and pleasant manners, made with the coltish country folk, and above all, with that filthy, heavy, bleared scarecrow of a pirate of ours, sitting, far gone in rum, with his arms on the table.
Tents of canvas, white as snow, Let me see how fast you grow
He was round as an apple, with a fresh rosy face, laughing eyes, and a bushy beard as white as snow.
They thought that gentle Peace would die, too; but she bore it bravely, put away her bridal gear, took up her life afresh, and lived on a beautiful, meek woman, with hair as white as snow and cheeks that never bloomed again.
Then, while all four stumbled about, roaring with the smart of the meal in their eyeballs, and while they rubbed their eyes till the tears made great channels on their faces through the meal, the Miller seized another handful of flour and another and another, throwing it in their faces, so that even had they had a glimmering of light before they were now as blind as ever a beggar in Nottinghamshire, while their hair and beards and clothes were as white as snow.
Why, these latter are as hard as adamant, as straight as a line, as smooth as a floor, and as white as snow.
This person was of the tallest size, with a long beard as white as snow.
It falls by no rule at all; sometimes it leaps, sometimes it tumbles; there it skips; here it shoots; in one place 'tis white as snow, and in another 'tis green as grass; hereabouts, it pitches into deep hollows, that rumble and crush the 'arth; and thereaways, it ripples and sings like a brook, fashioning whirlpools and gullies in the old stone, as if 'twas no harder than trodden clay.
Such a charming lady in a grey silk dress and a hand as white as snow.