He stumbled and went down on his knees in a thick drift.
Remember, there are thick drifts of snow all round the train.
He hadn't traveled far, but already his thighs were aching from forcing a way through the thick drifts and fighting the constantly changing winds.
A thick drift of raven feathers covered everything, as if a black snow had fallen.
The snow was in such thick drifts that I fell and then scrambled to my knees; yet on I went.
Dead leaves lay in thick drifts.
Striking out for it she waded through a thick drift, half climbing and half crawling until she reached the lee side of the tree.
They merged and separated in thick, wet drifts.
Though the weather had been clear that day, the snow was still piled in thick drifts all along the roads leading into Cooper Hollow.
In the course of a month, the thick drifts of snow melted into slush.