snowed in

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snowed in (not comparable)

  1. Unable to get out of a place due to too much snow.
    • 1959 May, Yorkshireman, “The Huddersfield-Penistone line and its branches”, in Trains Illustrated, page 253:
      Three passenger and two goods trains were snowed in here on December 4, 1882, and the "South Yorkshireman" suffered the same fate in February, 1958.

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