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  • verb Present participle of snowball.

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Examples

  • Another lot of snowballing is going to send our ACPO ‘board’ into a frenzy.

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  • Belgians are not about to kill each, Mr Goris admits, but they should be wary of ever more devolution: "The changes you bring to the political build-up of a country have a long-term snowballing effect."

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  • The changes you bring to the political build-up of a country have a long-term snowballing effect

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  • While some reactions are linear, chain reactions can spread geometrically aka snowballing, potentially causing large and unexpected impact.

    Chain reaction

  • Reflecting back on the event decades later, another lieutenant (junior grade) recalled the snowballing of dissent that had led to the meeting in the first place.

    Tour of Duty

  • Reflecting back on the event decades later, another lieutenant (junior grade) recalled the snowballing of dissent that had led to the meeting in the first place.

    Tour of Duty

  • This is known as snowballing as your repayments can be rolled up onto the next debt as each one is paid off.

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  • So even if the idea of snowballing appeals to a man as you're blowing him, it might not hold the same appeal the moment after he comes.

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  • So even if the idea of snowballing appeals to a man as you're blowing him, it might not hold the same appeal the moment after he comes.

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  • This is known as snowballing as your repayments can be rolled up onto the next debt as each one is paid off.

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