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1. Ed was snowed under with fan mail when he was doing his television show.
2. The cars were snowed under by drifts.
3. The grass was snowed under after a storm.
4. I found myself snowed under with work.
5. I'm absolutely snowed under with work at the moment.
6. I was snowed under with my work.
7. The firm is snowed under with work.
8. I was snowed under with work.
9. I'd love to come but I'm completely snowed under at the moment.
10. I found myself snowed under from the start.
11. Since the hurricane, builders and roofers have been snowed under with work.
12. Don't expect any help from them -- they're snowed under at the moment.
13. He was snowed under in the election.
14. All the fields are snowed under.
15. The cars were snowed under by the drifts.
16. They were snowed under with complaints about working conditions.
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17. All the fields are snowed under; the animals will have to feed indoors.
18. Don't give me any extra jobs; I'm snowed under already.
19. Don't give her any extra jobs; she's snowed under already.
20. Poor him, he is snowed under with work.
21. The little bushes were snowed under and could not be seen.
22. The thatched cottage was snowed under during the blizzard.
23. They were snowed under with invitations to parties.
24. They really are snowed under with new orders.
25. I need some way to stop being snowed under with emails.
26. The doghouse was snowed under during the blizzard.
27. I'm completely snowed under with work.
28. He had applied for a grant but at the time Liverpool City Council was snowed under by applications.
29. After his brilliant performance, that actor has been virtually snowed under by fan mail.
30. So many applications were received for the post that the secretary was snowed under.
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