Snow Job

Snow Job may refer to:

* Snowjob, a colloquialism for a cover-up
* Snow Job, a 1983 Canadian sitcom
* Snow Job, the 10th episode of the 4th season of the HBO television series "Entourage"
* "Snow job", a colloquialism for oral sex
* "Snow Job", a G.I. Joe ARAH character
* "Snow Job", a game produced for the Panasonic 3DO game console.
* "Snow Job" is a pejorative nickname for the 2001-2002 AFC Divisional Playoff game
* "Snow Job", Canadian prank in which one person holds the others face in the snow and packs the snow around their head and ideally in their coat. Causing the victim to become cold, and wet from melting snow.
*"Snow Job", (Sheer Bliss/Winter break), a 2002 American film [http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0261992/]


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  • snow job — n [singular] AmE informal an act of making someone believe something that is not true …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • snow job — snow ,job noun singular VERY INFORMAL a lie that you tell in order to persuade someone to do or believe something …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • snow job — snow′ job n. sts sl. an attempt to deceive or persuade through the use of flattery or exaggeration • Etymology: 1940–45, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • snow job — ☆ snow job n. Slang the act or an instance of deceiving, persuading, etc. with glib talk, flattery, etc …   English World dictionary

  • snow job — noun a long and elaborate misrepresentation • Hypernyms: ↑misrepresentation, ↑deceit, ↑deception * * * noun slang : a long involved effort at persuasion or deception with a vast amount of information or fictitious exploits he didn t talk much no… …   Useful english dictionary

  • snow job — {n.}, {slang}, {informal} 1. Insincere or exaggerated talk designed to gain the favors of someone. * /Joe gave Sue a snow job and she believed every word of it./ 2. The skillful display of technical vocabulary and prestige terminology in order to …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • snow job — {n.}, {slang}, {informal} 1. Insincere or exaggerated talk designed to gain the favors of someone. * /Joe gave Sue a snow job and she believed every word of it./ 2. The skillful display of technical vocabulary and prestige terminology in order to …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • snow job — n. (colloq.) deception, flattery to give smb. a snow job * * * [ˌsnəʊ dʒɒb] (colloq.) [ deception, flattery ] to give smb. a snow job …   Combinatory dictionary

  • snow\ job — noun slang informal 1. Insincere or exaggerated talk designed to gain the favors of someone. Joe gave Sue a snow job and she believed every word of it. 2. The skillful display of technical vocabulary and prestige terminology in order to pass… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • snow job — 1) insincere or exaggerated talk designed to gain the favors of someone His presentation at the interview was a total snow job. 2) use technical vocabulary to seem like an expert in a field The salesman gave us a snow job when he started to talk… …   Idioms and examples


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