snowball (Meaning)

Wordnet

snowball (n)

plant having heads of fragrant white trumpet-shaped flowers; grows in sandy arid regions

ball of ice cream covered with coconut and usually chocolate sauce

ball of crushed ice with fruit syrup

snow pressed into a ball for throwing (playfully)

Wordnet

snowball (v)

increase or accumulate at a rapidly accelerating rate

throw snowballs at

snowball Sentence Examples

  1. The children built a colossal snowball and rolled it down the icy hill.
  2. The snowball grew larger and faster as it gathered snow, threatening to engulf everything in its path.
  3. The siblings had a fierce snowball fight, each aiming at the other with icy projectiles.
  4. The snowball effect of the rumor spread like wildfire through the town, causing widespread panic.
  5. The snowballing demand for the product forced the company to ramp up production.
  6. The snowball, delicate as it was, melted away under the warm sunlight.
  7. The snowballs pelted the car's windshield, obscuring the driver's vision.
  8. The snowballing costs of the project made it unfeasible to continue.
  9. The snowball that started the avalanche grew to a monstrous size, threatening to decimate everything in its path.
  10. The snowball fight became so intense that the participants resorted to using snowballs as weapons.

FAQs About the word snowball

plant having heads of fragrant white trumpet-shaped flowers; grows in sandy arid regions, ball of ice cream covered with coconut and usually chocolate sauce, ba

swell,increase, rise, expand, climb, accelerate, escalate, bourgeon, boom, balloon

lessen, recede, recede, diminish, decrease, diminish, lessen,decrease, dwindle, dwindle

The children built a colossal snowball and rolled it down the icy hill.

The snowball grew larger and faster as it gathered snow, threatening to engulf everything in its path.

The siblings had a fierce snowball fight, each aiming at the other with icy projectiles.

The snowball effect of the rumor spread like wildfire through the town, causing widespread panic.