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Snowbird is a ski/snowboard mountain near Salt Lake City, Utah. It has some of the best snow the United States has to offer.
i just spent 6 hours watching warren miller movies to get pumped up for my trip to Snowbird next week.
por Kevin O' Shea 30 de Setembro de 2005
 
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Senior citizens who migrate south for the winter to avoid cold weather; usually in RVs. They visit tourist areas during the off-season.
Those snowbirds may not tip well, but at least they keep the restaurants in business during the off-season.
por 123NotIt 28 de Dezembro de 2004
 
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A Jew that retires to either Arizona or Florida
That damn Snow Bird made all his money up North and now can retire eating gingersnaps and refering to the Fridge as the IceBox
por Dan 27 de Março de 2005
 
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SNOWBIRDS are the people that immidiately flock to anyone that is in the act of using or preparing to use cocaine.

People that gather around you while in the act of using or preparing to use cocaine. They try and act friendly or as if they are your friend. When really are only acting selfishly, hoping to score a free line.
Man 1-Hey man would you wanna sniff a line?

Man 2- Hell yea!... But hey there's a lot of people, watch out for snowbirds!

(5mins later)Stranger- Hey can I get a line?

Man 1- f**k off you snowbird!
por Kyle The Curious 22 de Outubro de 2013
 
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A basketball player who never runs back on defense. This individual always calls for the ball before the defense returns.
You can't play cuz you are always snowbirdin.
por Jpezeey 13 de Outubro de 2006
 
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a snowbird is a girl who only wants to chill if there's coke around. you could possibly get her in the sack if you have enough coke and shes not to fucked up. pretty much a waste of time and money.
at a club in toronto:

"yo that girls looking pretty fly" says jonny
"dont bother, shes a fucking snowbird" says his friend
por SunnyBaskins 05 de Fevereiro de 2010
 
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Someone who comes down from a northern state, such as Michigan or Washington to a southern state, like Arizona or Florida in search of hotter weather. It makes sense really.
It's not true that they can't drive and cause accidents, I live in Arizona and see snowbirds every year, they don't cause accidents, they merely make the roads a little more busy.
It makes sense to be a snowbird.
por I'mAnonymous 07 de Abril de 2008