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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
snow (noun)
1.
a) precipitation in the form of small white ice crystals formed directly from the water vapor of the air at a temperature of less than 32°F (0°C)
b) (1) a descent or shower of snow crystals
(2) a mass of fallen snow crystals
2.
something resembling snow as
a) a dessert made of stiffly beaten whites of eggs, sugar, and fruit pulp - apple snow
b) a usually white crystalline substance that condenses from a fluid phase as snow does - ammonia snow
c) slang
(1) - cocaine
(2) - heroin
d) small transient light or dark spots on a television screen
snow (verb)
intransitive verb
transitive verb
to fall in or as snow
1.
to cause to fall like or as snow
2.
a) to cover, shut in, or imprison with or as if with snow
b) to deceive, persuade, or charm glibly
3.
to whiten like snow
Snow (biographical name)
C(harles) P(ercy) 1905–1980 Baron Eng. nov. & physicist - Snow
Snow (geographical name)
- see maoke
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
snow (verb)
1.
to cause to believe what is untrue
SYNONIMS:
bamboozle, beguile, bluff, buffalo, burn, catch, con, cozen, delude, dupe, fake out, fool, gaff, gammon, gull, have, have on, hoax, hoodwink, hornswoggle, humbug, juggle, misguide, misinform, mislead, snooker, snow, spoof, string along, sucker, suck in, take in, trick
RELATED WORDS:
kid, put on, tease; bleed, cheat, chisel, defraud, diddle, euchre, flam, fleece, gyp, hustle, mulct, rook, shortchange, skin, squeeze, stick, sting, swindle
NEAR ANTONYMS:
debunk, expose, reveal, show up, uncloak, uncover, unmask; disclose, divulge, tell, unveil; disabuse, disenchant, disillusion
undeceive
snow (verb)
2.
to make white or whiter by removing color
SYNONIMS:
blanch, bleach, blench, decolorize, dull, fade, pale, snow, wash out
RELATED WORDS:
brighten, lighten; dim, mat ( matte matt); etiolate; whitewash; frost, silver
NEAR ANTONYMS:
blacken; blotch, checker, dapple, daub, discolor, fleck, marble, mottle, pattern, polychrome, shade, speck, speckle, splotch, spot, streak, striate, stripe, tarnish, variegate; color, dye, paint, pigment, stain, tincture, tinge, tint; burnish, polish, shine
darken, deepen, embrown
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