Winter Words: Useful Winter Vocabulary with Pictures

Winter Words! In English speaking countries in the northern hemisphere, Christmas falls during winter time. This is just one of the wonderful events of winter which you might like to talk about when speaking with English speakers. However, in order to be able to discuss winter and the things that happen at this time of year, you will need to have a good vocabulary of winter related words. In this section, you are going to learn a variety of words which can be associated with winter.

Winter Words

Winter Vocabulary Words

Learn useful Winter vocabulary words with images and example sentences to enlarge your English vocabulary words about seasons.

  • Boots
  • Snow
  • Log fire
  • Snowman
  • Socks
  • Skiing
  • Polar bear
  • Jacket
  • Scarf
  • Beanie(U.K)
  • Snowflake
  • Sledge (U.K)/Sled (U.S)
  • Mittens
  • Hot drink
  • Penguin

Winter Words: Useful Winter Vocabulary with Pictures

Winter Words with Pictures and Examples

Boots

Take your boots off outside if they’re muddy.

Snow

A heavy snow promise a good harvest.

Log fire

There’s a log fire in my kitchen.

Snowman

We went to build a snowman but before it was half finished I was chilled to the bone.

Socks

He took his shoes and socks off.

Skiing

How long have you been skiing?

Polar bear

We saw a baby polar bear at the zoo.

Jacket

This jacket is just my size.

Scarf

He tied a scarf around his neck.

Beanie(U.K)

He was dressed in black and he had a beanie on.

Snowflake

A single snowflake landed on her nose.

Sledge (U.K)/Sled (U.S)

The Sledge (U.K)/Sled (U.S) ran smoothly over the frozen snow.

Mittens

Cotton mittens will prevent the baby from scratching his own face.

Hot drink

Hot drink is good for health in the winter.

Penguin

He walked with an awkward gait like a penguin.

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Winter Words: Useful Winter Vocabulary with Pictures

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