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.
To thoroughly mix; to confound; to disorder.
(obsolete) To rout; discomfit.
To mix up; to puzzle; to bewilder.
To make uneasy and ashamed; to embarrass.
To mistake one thing for another.
* See also
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.
A cocktail made from lemonade and advocaat.
(figuratively) Something that snowballs (grows rapidly out of control).
* 2005 , Eldad Ben-Yosef, The Evolution of the US Airline Industry
A sex act involving passing ejaculated semen from one person's mouth to another's.
(US) A type of ice dessert.
A type of cake.
- Representatives of the small airlines that felt betrayed by Brown's policy started a political snowball rolling, resulting in the Airmail Act of 1934...
* a snowball’s chance]], a , a [[snowball's chance in hell, snowball’s chance in hell
* cast snowballs
* Chinese snowball
* New York snowball
* snowball bush
* snowball cactus
* Snowball Earth hypothesis
* snowball effect
* snowball fight
* snowball hammer
* snowball marches
* snowball opacity
* snowball prime
* snowball sampling
* snowball tree
To rapidly grow out of proportion or control.
To play at throwing snowballs.
To pelt with snowballs; to throw snowballs at.
(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.
- The high unemployment rates quickly snowballed into a major budget problem for the government.