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snow

slang Cocaine. Hey man, can you score me some snow for this weekend? I dabbled a bit with snow when I was in college, but I mostly just stick to pot.

snow

1. n. deceitful talk; deception. All I heard for an hour was snow. Now, what’s the truth?
2. tv. to attempt to deceive someone. (see also snowed.) You can try to snow me if you want, but I’m onto your tricks.
3. and snowball and snowflakes and snow stuff n. a powdered or crystalline narcotic: morphine, heroin, or cocaine. (Now almost always the latter.) The price of snow stuff has come down a lot as South America exports more of it.

snow stuff

verb
See snow
See also: snow, stuff
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References in classic literature ?
She does not see Sitka Charley, nor the ice, nor the snow. She is far away.
When bacon is frying they must run away from the fire and cough half an hour in the snow. They freeze their cheeks a little bit, so that the skin turns black and is very sore.
They really seemed to imagine that there would be no difficulty whatever in creating a live little girl out of the snow. And, to say the truth, if miracles are ever to be wrought, it will be by putting our hands to the work in precisely such a simple and undoubting frame of mind as that in which Violet and Peony now undertook to perform one, without so much as knowing that it was a miracle.
"What other children could have made anything so like a little girl's figure out of snow at the first trial?
'What is that?' he added, pointing to some potato vines that showed up from under the snow.
Sometimes they got onto a winter-rye field, or a fallow field on which they could see stalks of wormwood, and straws sticking up through the snow and swaying in the wind; sometimes they came onto deep and even white snow, above which nothing was to be seen.
Snow. "If you don't think so, just tell me something to be glad about; that's all!"
Snow's unbounded amazement, Pollyanna sprang to her feet and clapped her hands.
Daylight, yelling "Whoa!" struggled with the gee-pole and managed to overturn the sled into the soft snow. The dogs gave up, the sled was righted, and five minutes later they were flying along the hard-packed trail again.
At last it came, revealing a landscape blind with snow. Such search as could be made told them nothing.
It was a lady; her cloak and cap were of snow. She was tall and of slender figure, and of a dazzling whiteness.
Some say "all the waters here have puna;" others that "where there is snow there is puna;" -- and this no doubt is true.
Pierre clutched his temples, and turning round went into the forest, trampling through the deep snow, and muttering incoherent words:
But the wet boots had at last suggested to Silas that the child had been walking on the snow, and this roused him from his entire oblivion of any ordinary means by which it could have entered or been brought into his house.
As far as the eye could reach the wild landscape was wrapped in snow, which was evidently deepening as they advanced.