Definition of snow job in English:

snow job


North American
  • 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’
    • ‘‘After a while, you learn the lingo, you learn the body language, and you know they're giving you a snow job,’ she says.’
    • ‘But what we ultimately get is a Hollywood snow job.’
    • ‘This is just a political snow job on behalf of the union bureaucracy.’
    • ‘Most players in the Middle East believe such assurances are a snow job.’
    • ‘A good product really doesn't require a hard sell approach complete with a snow job in fine print.’
    • ‘He is trying to pull off the biggest snow job in political history.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Naturally, skepticism abounded about the whole thing being a snow job.’
    • ‘It was a brilliantly engineered, impeccably staffed snow job.’
    • ‘Jennie has always been able to see through a snow job.’
    • ‘So in a sense, you've done a very effective snow job.’
    • ‘But as per the successful snow job of U.S. operators, it seems to be confining its inquiries to international termination inputs.’
    • ‘Bottom line, this article bears all the telltale signs of a journalistic snow job.’
    • ‘The entire population must then involve themselves in a massive snow job, trying to convince a young physician that this tiny town is the best place for him to settle.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘But an unconvinced researcher in the beleaguered petroleum industry says the sales job is really a snow job.’


snow job

/ˈsnō ˌjäb/