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It snowed for many days together.

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Feb 27th 2012, 08:59
This possibly works as a slightly old-fashioned, literary phrasing, but certainly isn't common usage any more. "It snowed for many days" would be more natural, I feel. Indeed, "several" instead of "many" feels more natural again to me.

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