snowball

Confuse vs Snowball - What's the difference?

confuse | snowball |


As verbs the difference between confuse and snowball

is that confuse is to thoroughly mix; to confound; to disorder while snowball is to rapidly grow out of proportion or control.

As a noun snowball is

a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter.

Trophy vs Snowball - What's the difference?

trophy | snowball |


As nouns the difference between trophy and snowball

is that trophy is while snowball is a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter.

As a verb snowball is

to rapidly grow out of proportion or control.

Yeti vs Snowball - What's the difference?

yeti | snowball |


As nouns the difference between yeti and snowball

is that yeti is yeti while snowball is a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter.

As a verb snowball is

to rapidly grow out of proportion or control.

Eggnog vs Snowball - What's the difference?

eggnog | snowball |


As nouns the difference between eggnog and snowball

is that eggnog is a beverage based on milk, eggs, sugar, and nutmeg; often made alcoholic with rum, brandy or whisky; popular at christmas while snowball is a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter.

As a verb snowball is

to rapidly grow out of proportion or control.

Snowball vs Egg - What's the difference?

snowball | egg |


As nouns the difference between snowball and egg

is that snowball is a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter while egg is (zoology|countable) an approximately spherical or ellipsoidal body produced by birds, snakes, insects and other animals, housing the embryo during its development.

As verbs the difference between snowball and egg

is that snowball is to rapidly grow out of proportion or control while egg is to throw eggs at or egg can be to encourage, incite.

Snowball vs Kazoo - What's the difference?

snowball | kazoo |


As nouns the difference between snowball and kazoo

is that snowball is a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter while kazoo is a simple musical instrument consisting of a pipe with a hole in it, producing a buzzing sound when the player hums into it.

As verbs the difference between snowball and kazoo

is that snowball is to rapidly grow out of proportion or control while kazoo is to play the kazoo.

Hoard vs Snowball - What's the difference?

hoard | snowball |


As nouns the difference between hoard and snowball

is that hoard is a hidden supply or fund while snowball is a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter.

As verbs the difference between hoard and snowball

is that hoard is to amass, usually for one's personal collection while snowball is to rapidly grow out of proportion or control.

Canada vs Snowball - What's the difference?

canada | snowball |


As nouns the difference between canada and snowball

is that canada is a blow with a cane while snowball is a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter.

As a verb snowball is

to rapidly grow out of proportion or control.

Balloon vs Snowball - What's the difference?

balloon | snowball |


In lang=en terms the difference between balloon and snowball

is that balloon is to take up in, or as if in, a balloon while snowball is (sexual slang ) to receive a man's ejaculate in one's mouth, and then to pass it back and forth between one's mouth and his.

As nouns the difference between balloon and snowball

is that balloon is an inflatable buoyant object, often (but not necessarily) round and flexible while snowball is a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter.

As verbs the difference between balloon and snowball

is that balloon is to increase or expand rapidly while snowball is to rapidly grow out of proportion or control.

Aggregate vs Snowball - What's the difference?

aggregate | snowball |


As nouns the difference between aggregate and snowball

is that aggregate is while snowball is a ball of snow, usually one made in the hand and thrown for amusement in a snowball fight; also a larger ball of snow made by rolling a snowball around in snow that sticks to it and increases its diameter.

As a verb snowball is

to rapidly grow out of proportion or control.

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