[ UK /snˈə‍ʊbɔːl/ ]
[ US /ˈsnoʊˌbɔɫ/ ]
  1. ball of ice cream covered with coconut and usually chocolate sauce
  2. snow pressed into a ball for throwing (playfully)
  3. ball of crushed ice with fruit syrup
  4. plant having heads of fragrant white trumpet-shaped flowers; grows in sandy arid regions
  1. increase or accumulate at a rapidly accelerating rate
  2. throw snowballs at
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How To Use snowball In A Sentence

  • From a flurry of delighted children sledging down a snowswept street in Bath to policemen joining in with group of teenagers having a snowball fight in Poole - your pics are helping us capture Britain as it is swept by snow.
  • As wet, fluffy snow fell throughout the day, many protestors began tossing snowballs at riot police.
  • The three-packs of snowballs and caramel teacakes are being sold through petrol station forecourts and other outlets.
  • Then we had a snowball fight, wrestled around on the ground, and carried on with play fights for a short while until we were all quite exhausted.
  • The children pelt each other with snowballs.
  • So I did that, but the world is a great snowball rolling downhill and it never rolls uphill to unwind itself back to nothing at all and nonhappening. posted by Jim Chen at 11:40 PM A kiss is just a kiss
  • A snowball knocked his hat off.
  • There was Justin, all bundled up in a huge black snowsuit, throwing a snowball at Tiffany.
  • We have had snowballs thrown at us when they went past, but this was a deliberate and malicious act.
  • Then there were snowball cookies, which I think are the most suitable cookies for Christmas.
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