A very sensitive person. Someone who is easily hurt or offended by the statements or actions of others.

This has nothing to do with politics. Snowflakes can be liberal or conservative. Whether it is a compliment or an insult is a matter of opinion and depends on the context.
Don't criticize Jane for what she did. She's a snowflake and you'll only upset her.
by TampaRay April 4, 2017
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An individual who is easily triggered by holiday cups at Starbucks and other things that don't bother the rest of society.
Check out the angry snowflakes boycotting Starbucks over the cups again.
by MolotovP February 23, 2018
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People who are easily offended by someone actions (even when it's a joke).
Mike: Basketball sucks!
by Justaguy200 September 10, 2020
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Frozen water that falls from the sky when it's very cold. A snowflake is part of snow itself and feels very cold when you touch it.

Fact - ALL snowflakes are different
Jeron: wow look at that
Lora: what is it? It feels so cold
Jeron: it's a snowflake!
by marksteeny December 30, 2017
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An overly sensitive person that doesn't take criticism well.
Donald J Trump.
Trump is such a snowflake and cannot focus on his job because he is frustrated by the media diminishing his achievements.
by Unico10 January 23, 2017
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An insult, used to mean that a person is too easily insulted or is too sensitive to the opinions. Mainly used by Alt-Right Trumpet blowers, who ironically, don't realize they are the very definition of the insult they love to throw around. Snowflake is used by people who are incapable of using their intellect and their words to make their point in an intelligent manner.
Look at that Alt-Right snowflakes pitching a fit over people they think do not sufficiently engage in flag worship.
by Dynamite75 December 25, 2016
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“A snowflake was a person who was opposed to the abolition of slavery. They were called snowflakes because it said they valued white people over black people.”

—Emily Brewster, lexicographer and associate editor at Merriam-Webster
Snowflakes who stand by and watch civil right's violations are as guilty as the offender.
by Mudbugger February 8, 2017
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