Form it into thick patties (four patties for one pound of meat), using the same firm pat-pat as making a snowball.
Precious is just that kind of movie that has the chance of just becoming a snowball.
Left to its own devices, the de-leveraging process would continue to feed on itself like a snowball coming down a mountain.
Meanwhile, national attention has already started to snowball around the issue.
But the snowball of suspicion had begun to build in her mind—where did my loyalties lie?
Well, snowball couldn't help being somewhat disturbed by Mr. Crow's grave actions and his graver remarks.
He knew that the whole world is a snowball, and that all the stars are snowballs.
The snowball is an English version of Oscar, ou le mari qui trompe sa femme.
The snowball missed her, and came with a great bang against the barrel.
Jeanne followed the black to the room which had been given her, and snowball proceeded to brush her hair.
"to make snowballs," 1680s, from snowball (n.); sense of "to throw snowballs at" (someone) is from 1850. Meaning "to increase rapidly" is attested from 1929, though the image of a snowball increasing in size as it rolls along had been used since at least 1613, and a noun sense of "a pyramid scheme" is attested from 1892. Related: Snowballed; snowballing.
Supercilious and disdainful: I won't give that snotty bastard the time of day
[1926+; fr snot and influenced by snooty]