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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.
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She does not see Sitka Charley, nor the ice, nor the snow.
When bacon is frying they must run away from the fire and cough half an hour in the snow.
Let us make an image out of snow,--an image of a little girl,--and it shall be our sister, and shall run about and play with us all winter long.
They really seemed to imagine that there would be no difficulty whatever in creating a live little girl out of the snow.
Having searched to the right also, he returned to the sledge, brushed the snow from his coat, shook it out of his boots, and seated himself once more.
he added, pointing to some potato vines that showed up from under the snow.
struggled with the gee-pole and managed to overturn the sled into the soft snow.
He told Kama as much, but on the third day the temperature began to rise, and they knew snow was not far off; for on the Yukon it must get warm in order to snow.
There they were, running away into the night and the snow, seeking to find shelter from the cold.
The Snow Queen kissed Kay once more, and then he forgot little Gerda, grandmother, and all whom he had left at his home.
Some say "all the waters here have puna;" others that "where there is snow there is puna;" -- and this no doubt is true.
shouted Dolokhov, and he lay helplessly, face downwards on the snow.
But the last time he opened it the snow had ceased, and the clouds were parting here and there.
As far as the eye could reach the wild landscape was wrapped in snow, which was evidently deepening as they advanced.
My Dear Hessie, we have been two days on Mont Blanc, in the midst of a terrible hurricane of snow, we have lost our way, and are in a hole scooped in the snow, at an altitude of 15,000 feet.