(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. snowfall, snowflake, flurry; snowstorm, blizzard; snowslide, drift, avalanche; hail, sleet. —v. snow in or under; swamp, flood, inundate; slang, impress, flatter, do a snow job on. See cold, flattery.
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [A snowstorm]
Syn. blizzard, snowfall, snow flurry; see storm 1 .
2. [Frozen vapor]
Syn. snow crystal, snowflake, slush, sleet, snowdrift, snowbank, snow blanket, powder snow, snow pack, snowfall, fall of snow, snow field.
3. [*A drug]
Syn. opium, cocaine, coke*, heroin; see drug 2 .
1. [To fall or let fall as snow]
Syn. storm, whiten, blanket, spit snow, blizzard, cover, pelt, shower, sleet.
2. [*To mislead]
Syn. overawe, beguile, bamboozle*, to pull the wool over someone's eyes*; see mislead .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
1. precipitation flurry, flurries, hydro-meteors, snowflakes, sleet, hail, blizzard, drift, slush.
bump or mound of snow on ski trail: mogul
collapse on mountain: avalanche
glacial snow: névé
granules, old, refrozen: corn snow
house of: igloo
old, compacted snow: firn, crust
pellets of: graupel
shelf of snow that collapses and triggers avalanche: cornice
zero visibility due to blizzard: whiteout
2. Sl. *coke, *blow, heroin. see cocaine
1. precipitate flurry, blizzard, storm, sleet, hail, blow.
2. Sl. deceive *buffalo, *bamboozle, mislead, *sell a bill of goods, *fast talk, *pull the wool over one's eyes.

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