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Things sleet often describes (“sleet ________”)
storm, storms, rain, winds, showers, hail, clouds, beat, pellets, forms, snow, shower, area, squalls, stung, drives, ice, cracks, rushes, slush, cutting, melting

Descriptive words:
cold, icy, heavy, frozen, sharp, blinding, fine, stinging, bitter, little, light, eternal, wet, thin, fiery, thick, more, hard, blown, driven, leaden, occasional, pitiless, wintry, white, much, prickling, steady, mingled, gray, intermittent, snowy, loose, chill, grey, biting, cruel, speary, stormy, wide, windy, sudden, showery, soft, arrowy, deadly, chilling, dismal, miry, fresh, horizontal, frequent, wild, constant, impartial, fierce, merciless, devilish, resistless, terrible, nasty, relentless, rainy, outside, perpetual, savage, winddriven, baffling, lent, foul, southeast, inky, furious, scattered, vile, withering, polished, acid, briny, dreadful, dirty, keen, incessant, pallid, feathery, dense, impalpable, execrable


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See sleet used in context: 63 rhymes, several books and articles.

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