snowbank

[snoh-bangk]
noun
a mound of snow, as a snowdrift or snow shoveled from a road or sidewalk.

Origin:
1770–80; snow + bank1

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Example sentences
And so on-diving off a wave-battered rock, he lands in a snowbank.
He accidentally tapped the accelerator, sending his car into the snowbank.
For other plants, simply being buried in a snowbank can help reduce water loss.
One report is currently being written that will discuss the results of snowbank
  monitoring.
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