snowplow

[snoh-plou]
noun
1.
an implement or machine for clearing away snow from highways, railroad tracks, etc.
2.
Skiing. a maneuver in which a skier pushes the heels of both skis outward so that they are far apart, as for turning, decreasing speed, or stopping.
verb (used with object)
3.
to clear of snow using a snowplow.
verb (used without object)
4.
to clear away snow with a snowplow.
5.
Skiing. to execute a snowplow.

Origin:
1785–95, Americanism; snow + plow

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snowplow

noun
a vehicle used to push snow from roads 
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Example sentences
You're not getting down the mountain until the temperature rises or the
  snowplow shows up.
Eventually, the nurse and the vicar came in a van with a snowplow.
In bed, he is awakened by a snowplow and imagines her beside him.
Some schedules do not allow for waiting, thus the rest stop and snowplow
  alternatives aren't viable.
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