An effort to deceive, overwhelm, or persuade with insincere talk, especially flattery.
The entire presentation was a complete snow job.
by JS July 25, 2003
Snow Job is a character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and cartoon series of the 1980s. He is the G.I. Joe team's original arctic trooper and debuted in 1983. His real name is, and his rank is that of staff sergeant E-6. Snow Job was born in West Rutland, Vermont.
Snow Job was a major Olympic Biathlon contender who enlisted for the special training and support privileges that the army gives to Olympic champions. It's been suggested that he got his nickname more from being a con artist than from his primary military specialty on the arctic ski patrol. He is competent with a rifle, and his secondary specialty is as a rifle instructor.
Snow Job was featured in one of the series' famous "And Knowing Is Half the Battle" Public Service Announcements warning kids of the dangers of venturing out onto "frozen" ponds or lakes which may not be entirely frozen.
by thedreamartist September 28, 2010
When a girl does a line of coke off of your erect dick and then proceeds to give you a blowjob
I got the best snow job over Christmas break, man.
by unicornjockey April 23, 2010
as of the last week of April, 2006, "snow job" can refer to the lies, distortions and evasive non-answers given to members of the press at daily White House press briefings. (The new WH Press Secretary is Tony Snow, formerly of FOX News.)
When the White House correspondents were told that the president was "concerned" about high gas prices, they knew they were getting the usual Snow Job.

Press: "Hey Tony - why does the President think he's above the law and can do anything he wants to?"

TS: "It's White House policy not to comment on an ongoing investigation."

Press, muttering: "What a Snow Job."
by snookybeh April 28, 2006
when a gentleman finishes inside a young lady's (or another gentleman for that matter) mouth and she kisses him...and expels the gentleman's ejaculation into his mouth.

sick.
'she give good dome?'

'awesome. except for the snow job. i had to kill her.'
by john April 13, 2005
The 2001 tuck rule shenanigans that overturned a Tom Brady fumble and allowed the Patriots to force the game to overtime, and eventually win.

The Raiders should have gone to the superbowl that year.
The snow job was the most gut wrenching officiating decision in playoff history.
by hiddenattacker September 22, 2010