|slang chiefly (US), (Canadian) an instance of deceiving or overwhelming someone with elaborate often insincere talk|
|the offspring of a zebra and a donkey.|
|a fool or simpleton; ninny.|
snow job definition
An effort to deceive, persuade, or overwhelm with insincere talk. For example, Peter tried to give the officer a snow job about an emergency at the hospital but he got a speeding ticket all the same. This slangy expression, originating in the military during World War II, presumably alludes to the idiom snow under.