2. A literary technique/trope where the ending of a work of fiction reveals that the story (or part of it) had taken place within the mind of a single character. Taken from the infamous finale of 80s medical drama St. Elsewhere, which revealed that the entire six season show had been imagined by an autistic boy staring into a snow globe containing the "hospital" inside it. More often used in a cynical context to connotate lazy writing, rather than a well executed plot twist.
2. The film was reaching its climax, then revealed the whole thing was just a snow globe. Man, what a cop out!
2.)Father JE blessed his subordinate with a snow globe last saturday night.
we dont spiderman no more , we just snow - globe dat hoe
When a person with authority acts to cover up; silence; or in general remove any views opposing their own.
To act with authority and institute an unfair or undeserved punishment
Hitler and the Nazi culture employed book burning, covering up information that the government did not find suitable for the populace. This is an example of snowglobing, the covering up of ideas, opinions and thoughts of others that do not match your own.