an attempt to deceive or persuade by using flattery or exaggeration.
(slang, mainly US & Canadian) an instance of deceiving or overwhelming someone with elaborate often insincere talk
An effort to deceive, persuade, or overwhelm with insincere talk. For example, Peter tried to give the officer a snow job about an emergency at the hospital but he got a speeding ticket all the same . This slangy expression, originating in the military during World War II, presumably alludes to the idiom snow under
noun 1. a long-haired, leopardlike feline, Panthera (Uncia) uncia, of mountain ranges of central Asia, having a relatively small head and a thick, creamy-gray coat with rosette spots: an endangered species. snow leopard noun 1. a large feline mammal, Panthera uncia, of mountainous regions of central Asia, closely related to the leopard but having a […]
noun 1. the line, as on mountains, above which there is perpetual snow. 2. the latitudinal line marking the limit of the fall of snow at sea level. noun 1. the altitudinal or latitudinal limit of permanent snow snow line The boundary marking the lowest altitude at which a given area, such as the top […]
noun 1. a machine that makes artificial snow for ski slopes.
noun 1. the creation of artificial snow at ski areas.