Snowball meaning

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A sex act involving passing ejaculated semen from one person's mouth to another's.
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To cause to increase or accumulate rapidly.
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To cause to grow or increase rapidly.
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A mass of snow packed together into a ball, esp. one made by hand as for throwing in fun.
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(figuratively) Something that snowballs (grows rapidly out of control).
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(intransitive) (sexual slang) To receive a man's ejaculate in one's mouth, and then to pass it back and forth between one's mouth and his.
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A mass of soft, wet snow packed into a ball that can be thrown, as in play.
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To grow rapidly in significance, importance, or size.

Problems that snowballed by the hour.

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Any of several plants having rounded clusters of white flowers, especially certain cultivated viburnums.
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To throw snowballs.
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To throw snowballs at.
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Any of various plants with snowball-like flowers; esp., a cultivated European cranberry bush (Viburnum opulus var. roseum) with spherical clusters of sterile, white or pinkish flowers.
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To increase or accumulate rapidly and uncontrollably, like a ball of snow rolling down a snow-covered hill.
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To throw snowballs.
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To throw snowballs at.
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A ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter.
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A cocktail made from lemonade and advocaat.
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(US) A type of ice dessert.
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A type of cake.
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(intransitive) To rapidly grow out of proportion or control.

The high unemployment rates quickly snowballed into a major budget problem for the government.

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(intransitive) To play at throwing snowballs.
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To pelt with snowballs; to throw snowballs at.
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A snow cone.
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Origin of snowball

  • From Middle English snowball, snawball, equivalent to snow +"Ž ball.

    From Wiktionary