snowshoe hare virus snow·shoe hare virus (snō’shōō’)
An arbovirus that is most commonly found in North America and that causes fever, headache, and nausea in humans.
noun 1. an avalanche consisting largely or entirely of snow.
noun 1. a short story (1936) by Ernest Hemingway.
noun 1. a storm accompanied by a heavy fall of snow. noun 1. a storm with heavy snow
noun 1. a child’s one- or two-piece outer garment for cold weather, often consisting of heavily lined pants and jacket.