The radiogunner in Catch-22, a satirical WWII novel by Joseph Heller, who literally spills his secret all over Yossarian and the back of tehe plane durring teh first mission over Avignon.
After Yossarian learns this secret he is doomed to a life of ambiguous morals, anti-social behavior, and paranoia.
From Catch 22:
"Yossarian felt his heart stop, then pound so violently he found it difficult to breathe. Snowden was wounded inside his flak suit. Yossarian ripped open the snaps of Snowden's flak suit and heard himself scream wildly as Snowden's insides slithered down to the floor in a soggy pile and just kept dripping out...
'I'm cold,' Snowden wimpered, 'I'm cold...'
Yossarian was cold, too, and shivering uncontrolably. He felt goose pimples clacking all over him as he gazed down despondently and the grim secret Snowden had spilled all over teh messy floor. It was easy to read the message in his entrails. Man was matter, that was Snowden's secret. Drop him out a windown and he'll fall. Set fire to him and he'll burn. Bury him and he'll rot, like other kinds of garbage. The spirit gone, man is garbage. Taht was Snowden's secret. Ripeness was all."
1. make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others
2. cause or allow (something) to be seen
3. make (something) known to humans by divine or supernatural means
1. Brenda was forced to Snowden Robbie's whereabouts | with clause
he Snowdened that Patrick was not actually sick, but merely pretending to
be so that he could escape work.
2. The clouds were breaking up to Snowden a clear blue sky.
3. The truth Snowdened at the Incarnation.
"Bill, what the ****, you just Snowdened me! I told Jen I was too busy Sunday to hang out."
"I ate so much last night I had to take a huge Snowden today."
The act of simultaneously burning one's bridges; counting one's chickens; and leaping before looking — all to ill effect.
Boy, Jill really pulled a snowden when she told the boss to kiss her a$$.
Traveling to a distant city, only to spend the entire time in the airport. This is typically due to it being business travel and specifically excludes layovers - one must be there for a purpose and must not leave the airport grounds, lest they garner some enjoyment from the destination.
My 75 hour trip this week would have been more fun if I didn't snowden in Hong Kong.
(V) the act of focusing on in either a positive or negative light the subject of a story in lieu of the story.
When you miss the forrest for the trees you've snowdened.
wow, American news is really going to snowden this guy instead of telling the story.
All of the show "Lost"s appeal comes from the snowdening of its charecters.