snowbound

[snoh-bound]
adjective
shut in or immobilized by snow.

Origin:
1805–15; snow + -bound1

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snowbound (ˈsnəʊˌbaʊnd)
 
adj
confined to one place by heavy falls or drifts of snow; snowed-in

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Example sentences
Two- thirds of the city's police cars were snowbound.
Instead, spend a long weekend in snowbound, frostbitten northern point.
The highway may be in perfect condition one day and the next day it may be
  hopelessly snowbound.
Portions of the region became snowbound due to a lack of snow removal equipment.
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