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snow cone

n.
A confection made of crushed ice and flavored syrup that is served in a cup or paper cone and mounded on top.
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snow′ cone`


n.
a paper cup filled with crushed ice over which flavored syrup has been poured.
[1960–65]
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SNO-CONE Flavored Stoli and Torani syrups in orange, lemon lime, raspberry or vanilla
You're on a movie set and there's multimillionaires and Sno-cone salesmen and everyone is working together."
He shook her off, he said, but while he was on the floor he reached for what he thought was a chair but came up with something else he described as being shaped "like a sno-cone," wide at the top and tapering down.
"OK, it's a little slow," Cook said of the summer snow, which, besides being the consistency of a sno-cone, was coated almost everywhere with some kind of sticky substance - pollen?
Themed days with treats and talks include Beat-the- Heat Saturdays (meerkats, cougars and Stellar sea lions); Sno-Cone Sundays (polar bears, elephants, lorikeets, the zoo's new baby colobus monkey and an ocelot kitten); Mighty Mai Tai Mondays (grizzly bear and elephants); Tropical Tuesdays (mandrills and lorikeets); Big Wave Wednesdays (chimps, Steller sea lions); Beach Party Thursdays (wolves and hippos); and Aloha Fridays (orangutans and wolves).
When your nose is redder than a cherry sno-cone and your eyes are as puffy as marshmallows, you're ready to get on with your life.
Kids darted from the Sno-cone stand to the dunk tank to the milk bottle toss and other attractions.
`In terms of leading the team, I don't know how many fifth graders you ever lead unless it's to the Sno-cone wagon after the game,' John Harrington said.
Instead, second-baseman Wong, playing in shallow right to start as is customary against Rizzo, chased it down and reached up for a dazzling catch a near sno-cone for the final out of the inning.
I like my nation's capital like I like my monuments: Cold with a few cracks in it, but otherwise stable and with a sno-cone vendor nearby.
For my family, there was no moving on from the loving childhood memories: the blue stained tongue of sno-cone summers, the asthma-inducing bouncy house (those were the days when baseball season meant field burning), the baseball caps, the wooden bat pencils and peanuts eaten by the bagful.