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Definition of snow under

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Other terms relating to 'snow':

Definitions include: cocaine.
Definitions include: an attractive Caucasian female.
Definitions include: An old person with white or grey hair.

Other terms relating to 'under':

Definitions include: Australia.
Definitions include: to be able to drink more alcohol than another.
Definitions include: "from under".
Definitions include: to become hot under the collar (i.e. angry.)
Definitions include: to annoy.
Definitions include: to get plastic surgery.
Definitions include: angry.
Definitions include: to give in to pressure.
Definitions include: dead and buried.
Definitions include: to become a mentor to a person.
Definitions include: to sacrifice another person for personal gain.
Definitions include: underpants
Definitions include: as one of one's prior accomplishments.
Definitions include: underpants / underwear.
Definitions include: under pressure.

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