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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsnowballsnow‧ball1 /ˈsnəʊbɔːl $ ˈsnoʊbɒːl/ noun [countable]  1 DGOa ball of snow that children make and throw at each other We had a massive snowball fight.2 snowball effect3 not have a snowball’s chance in hell
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snowballThe kids were having a snowball fight outside.He was born in Enniskillen and shortly after he joined Portora Royal School lost an eye in a snowball fight.Another makes a pet of a snowball, which wets the bed then runs away.From a distance, Europa had seemed like a giant snowball, reflecting the light of the far-off Sun with remarkable efficiency.At once there is a parabolic storm of snowballs.This difference is accounted for by the younger average age of the snowball sample.Saw him today on the plateau throwing snowballs at the skuas and shouting at aeroplanes.I liked playing dodgeball, tossing snowballs, being a roughneck.