Definition of snow job in English:

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snow job

Pronunciation: /ˈsnō ˌjäb/

noun

North American informal
A deception or concealment of one’s real motive in an attempt to flatter or persuade: we need to do a snow job on him
More example sentences
  • During the American Revolution Bicentennial in 1976, there were demonstrations all over the country against the snow job being sold by the Powers That Be.
  • It's funny - I'm not really the romantic type of girl, and frequently such gestures make me view someone askance, wondering what's with the big snow job.
  • He is trying to pull off the biggest snow job in political history.

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Syllabification: snow job

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