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synonyms for snowballing

  • escalate
  • heighten
  • intensify
  • multiply
  • proliferate
  • swell
  • widen
  • advance
  • aggrandize
  • aggravate
  • amplify
  • annex
  • augment
  • boost
  • broaden
  • build
  • burgeon
  • deepen
  • develop
  • dilate
  • distend
  • double
  • enhance
  • enlarge
  • exaggerate
  • expand
  • extend
  • further
  • grow
  • inflate
  • lengthen
  • magnify
  • mount
  • pad
  • progress
  • prolong
  • protract
  • pullulate
  • raise
  • redouble
  • reinforce
  • rise
  • sharpen
  • soar
  • spread
  • strengthen
  • supplement
  • swarm
  • teem
  • thicken
  • triple
  • upsurge
  • wax
  • build up
  • mark up
  • run up
  • slap on
  • step up
  • tack on
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How to use snowballing in a sentence

It became a snowball as people got involved and thought about the story of elevating women and positively impacting kids.
WASHINGTON SPIRIT’S HIGH-PROFILE INVESTMENT GROUP INCLUDES CHELSEA CLINTON, JENNA BUSH HAGERSTEVEN GOFFFEBRUARY 17, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I posted a picture of that ticket on my Instagram, and people immediately started following in their lead, and it started this crazy snowball effect.
HOW ONE INSTAGRAM POST INSPIRED DINERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD TO DONATE RESTAURANT MEALSAMANDA KLUDTJANUARY 27, 2021EATER
They had had as good a snowballing as England could have given them—one they will not forget as long as they live.
THIRTY YEARS IN AUSTRALIAADA CAMBRIDGE
Contrary to their expectations, Mr. Pangborn opened the school as usual, and made no allusion to the snowballing affair.
THE HERO OF MANILAROSSITER JOHNSON
The boys and girls had great times building forts and having snowballing contests.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD SALEMAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
In running races, sliding downhill, and snowballing, we made no distinction of sex.
EIGHTY YEARS AND MORE; REMINISCENCES 1815-1897ELIZABETH CADY STANTON
At that time Sam had forgotten completely that this day was the date set for the annual snowballing contest.
THE ROVER BOYS ON A TOURARTHUR M. WINFIELD
Even the children had a good time sledding and snowballing and building snow forts and fighting battles.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD BOSTONAMANDA MILLIE DOUGLAS
Over here on the Common the boys were drawn up in two lines and snowballing as if it was all in dead earnest.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD BOSTONAMANDA MILLIE DOUGLAS
The warm weather was the nicest, though there was great fun sledding and snowballing when the boys were not too rough.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD BOSTONAMANDA MILLIE DOUGLAS
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WORDS RELATED TO SNOWBALLING

  • accumulative
  • additive
  • additory
  • advancing
  • aggregate
  • amassed
  • augmenting
  • chain
  • collective
  • heaped
  • heightening
  • increasing
  • increscent
  • multiplying
  • snowballing
  • summative
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