snowcapped

[snoh-kapt]
adjective
topped with snow: the snowcapped Alps.
Also, snow-capped.


Origin:
1790–1800

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snowcapped (ˈsnəʊˌkæpt)
 
adj
(of a mountain, hill, etc) having a cap of snow on the top

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Example sentences
Same vast expanse of snowcapped mountains and endless evergreens.
Ocean water washes its shores, while close inland, mountains rise to snowcapped heights.
After all, the snowcapped volcano seemed peaceful and calm.
The white represents the snowcapped mountains while the blue stands for our clear blue skies.
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