Geology Puns

Welcome to the Punpedia entry on geology puns! 🌋🏔💎🔨 This entry has a lot in common with the rock puns entry, so head over there if you don’t find the perfect pun here.

Geology Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about geology that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s the list of geology puns:

  • Plate: “I’ve got a lot on my (tectonic) plate right now” and “Step up to the plate
  • Greater → Crater: As in “Crater than the sum of its parts” and “Crater than or equal to” and “For the crater good”
  • Dated: “I’ve dated a few interesting specimens over the years.”
  • Date: “A blind date” and “A date with destiny” and “Up to date” and “To date” and “Out of date” and “Double date
  • Seek → Cirque: A cirque is an amphitheatre-like valley formed by glacial erosion – “Cirque and you will find.”
  • Suffer → Sulphur: As in “You will sulphur the consequences” and “She doesn’t sulphur fools gladly”
  • Undermine: As in “It undermines our democracy”
  • Pick: As in “Geologists never pick their friends” and “I’ve got a bone to pick” and “Pick apart” and “Pick someone’s brain” and “Pick up the pieces”
  • Anticlimactic → Anticline-actic: As in “Well… that was anticline-actic
  • Earth: As in “What on earth are you talking about?” and “Down to earth” and “The scum of the earth
  • Soil: As in “I think I’ve soiled my pants”
  • Cave: As in “I caved in and bought it”
  • Gold: As in “All that glistens is not gold” and “Good as gold” and “A heart of gold” and “Sitting on a gold mine” and “Strike gold” and “The gold standard” and “Worth its weight in gold
  • Fault: “That’s not my fault!” and “Though no fault of my own” and “Generous to a fault” and “Find fault with (someone/something)” and “We all have our faults” and “Sorry, my fault.”
  • Fold: In geology, a fold is a bent/curved stack of strata due to deformation via high temperature and pressure. Obviously the word “fold” has a bunch of other non-geology definitions which can be used for puns – you can fold washing, “fold” (give up the round) in poker, worry about your business “folding” (bankruptcy), as a few examples.
  • Start a → Strata: As in “Strata fight” and “Strata family”
  • Underground: “Geologists are such hipsters – they’re only into underground stuff.”
  • Eruption: This word can be used outside of the volcanic context for a sneaky pun: “The geologists erupted into laughter at the silly pun.”
  • Interrupt →Interupt
  • Seduction → Subduction: “Subduction leads to orogeny
  • Seductive → Subductive
  • Monorail → Mineral
  • Origin → Erosion
  • Original → Erosional
  • Cliche → Caliche: The term “caliche” is pronounced like “ka-lee-chee”, so it’s not very close to the pronunciation of “cliche”, but that just makes this pun all the more terrible/great (and better used as a written pun than a spoken one).
  • Mixture → Conglomerate: In geology, a conglomerate is a a sedimentary rock composed of rounded fragments of smaller rocks cemented together within the sediment. In general usage, the term “conglomerate” just refers to a mixture or cluster. Some large corporations are also “conglomerates” because they’re really a cluster of smaller corporations.
  • More rain → Moraine: The term “moraine” refers to an accumulation of earth and rocks carried and finally deposited by a glacier.
  • Convergence: This word has a geology meaning (referring to tectonic plates coming together) and also, of course, the usual meaning – referring to anything coming together or intersecting.
  • Divergence: Similar to above.
  • Condiment → Continent
  • Continental breakfast
  • Size → Seis: A silly pun playing on “seismic”, “seismology”, etc.
  • Intrusion: In geology, this refers to the action/process of igneous rock being forced between/through existing formations without reaching the surface – “Oh, sorry, I didn’t mean to intrude!” and “This is an intrusion into my private life.” and “The intruder was caught by police”
  • Love → Lava: As in “I lava you.”
  • Love a → Lava: As in “I lava bit of mint with my green tea.”
  • Love at → Lava-t: As in “Lava-t first sight”
  • Lover → Lava: As in “Star-crossed lavas
  • Mental → Mantle: As in “Take a mantle note” and “He’ll go mantle
  • Mantle-piece: “Put your birthday cards up on the mantle-piece.”
  • All night → Allanite: “Minerologists party allanite long.”
  • Mountain: As in “Make a mountain out of a mole hill”
  • Dig: As in “I’ll dig something up” and “Dig up some dirt on someone”
  • Appetite → Apatite: As in “Whet your apatite” and “I’ve lost my apatite
  • Load → Lode: A lode is a vein of metal ore in the earth – “That’s a lode of schist” and “Get a lode of that!” and “Take a lode off” and “Thanks a lode” and “A few bricks shy of a lode
  • Alcoholic → Alkalic: “He drinks way too much – he’s probably an alkalic.”
  • Affable → Amphibole: To be “affable” is to be friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to. To be “amphibole” is to be a rock-forming silicate or aluminosilicate mineral.
  • Solicit → Silicic: A “silicic” rock is one that’s rich in silica. To “solicit” is to request, beg, seek or apply for.
  • Ratify → Stratify: As in “Both countries were due to stratify the treaty by the end of the month.”
  • Deposition: This term has a few non-geology meanings. First, it can refer to overthrowing someone (especially a monarch) – “The king’s deposition happened on the third day of protesting”. Second, it can refer to the giving of sworn evidence – “The deposition of 3 expert witnesses”. Finally, it can simply refer to depositing something. Deposition, in the geological sense, is the process in which sediments, soil and rocks are added to a landform or land mass.
  • Horse → Horst: “Hung like a horst” and “A dark horst” and “A horst of a different color” and “On your high horst” and “Hold your horstes” and “Straight from the horstes mouth” and “A trojan horst” and “A one horst race” (See the horst wiki page for info)
  • Sentiment → Sediment: As in “My sediments exactly.”
  • Crop out → Outcrop: “You totally outcropped my face from that picture!”
  • Boring: As in “Geology is great fun, but sometimes the field work is boring
  • Crust: “She’s got a lot of crust—coming in here like that.” and “We’ve all got to earn a crust somehow” and “James is from the upper crust, but he is penniless”
  • Tore → Tor: The term “tor” refers to a hill or rocky peak.
  • Lift → Rift: As in “Bro, do you even rift?” and “Need a rift?” and “Face rift” and “Rift the veil” and “We have rift off!”
  • This entry is a work in progress! Stay tuned for more geology puns 🙂

Geology-Related Words

Here’s a list of geology-related concepts to help you come up with your own geology puns:

subduct, crater, cirque, moraine, anticline, fault, conglomerate, magma, sial, sima, caliche, stratigraphy, intrusion, extrusive, lava, mantle, crust, alkalic, amphibole, silicic, eruption, volcano, volcanic, subvolcanic, stratigraphy, mineralogy, sedimentary, plate tectonics, fault, rock, mineral, metamorphic, lava, geochemistry, petrology, earth science, clastic, paleontology, convergence, divergence, continental drift, geoscience, seismology, crystallography, strata, stratify, deposition, lithification, crust, glaciology, subduction, hydrothermal vent, geologist, sediment, erosion, convection, eruption, intrusive, weathering, earthquake, volcanic, volcano, salination, anticlinial, anaclinial, interstratify, synclinial, plasticity, accretion, deflation, thrust, bedded, heave, cleavage, fracture, geophysics, craton, continent, precambrian, cambrian, subsurface, shale, geodesy, geographical, geo, overthrust, seismic, outer core, core, aquifer, regolith, volcanology, seismology, meteorite, carbon, carbon dating, dating, radiocarbon, potassium-argon dating, carbon isotope, isotope, stratum, mining, earth, mineral, underground, fold, outcrop, lineation, foliation, absolute dating, accretion, aftershock, agglomeration, allochthonous, alluvial fan, alluvium, amber, amphibole, amphibolite, amydaloidal, antexis, andalusite, andesite, anorthite, aphanitic, aquifer, argonite, archean eon, arenaceous, arenite, arenitic, arkose, argillaceous, ash, asphalt, asthenosphere, augite, aureole, autochthonous, basalt, basement rock, basin, batholith, bedrock, bioerosion, biostratigraphy, biotite, bioturbation, blueschist, breccia, boudin, buckling, calcareous, calcite, calcrete, caldera, cambrian, casting, cenozoic era, chert, chalk, clast, clastic, cleavage, coccolith, compactions, compression, conchoidal, concretion, conglomerate, metamorphism, continental crust, continental margin, continental shelf, convergent boundary, copal, coprolites, cordierite, core, craton, cross-bedding, dacite, delta, degradation, dendrites, deposition, detachment fault, diagenesis, diamictite, diapir, diatomite, diopside, diorite, dike, dip slope, disconformity, divergent plate boundary, drumlin, duricrust, eclogite, eon, epicenter, epidiorite, epirogenetic, epoch, erosion, erratic, escarpment, esker, estuary, eugeosyncline, euhedral, eustatic movements, exfoliation, extrusive, facies, fault zone, fels, felsic, ferricrete, fission track dating, foliation, fossiliferous, gabbro, gastroliths, gondwanaland, granitoid, granoblastic, graywacke, grus, half-life, hinge, holocrystalline, hornblende, hornfels, hydrothermal, hypersaline, ichnology, island arc, interbedded, jurassic, kame, kaolinite, karst, joint, kyanite, laval lamprophyres, leucocratic, liquefaction, limestone, loess, lowland, Ma, mafic, magma, magnetite, mantle, marble, marl, mesozoic, mica, migmatite, mineralization, molasse, muscovite, moraine, mullion, neogene,  oligoclase, olivine, ordovician, orogeny, orogenesis, orthoclase, orthorhombic, peridotite, phyllite, pliocene, plutonic, protolith, pumice, pyroxene, precipitate, porphyry, porphyroblast, pneumatolysis, pyroxenite, quartzite, quaternary, reticulite, retrograde metamorphism, rhyolite, rift, rudaceous, rudite, saccharoidal, sanidine, sediment trap, sericite, shale, shear zone, silcrete, silt, slate, slaty cleavage, slickenside, slump, soil liquefaction, sphene, staurolite, surficial, syenite, syncline, talus, techtonics, tundra, triclinic, travertine, tachyte, topography, till, tillite, tephra, turbidite, ultramafic, vacuoles, variscan, varve, vein, vermiculite, vergence, thrusting, vug, xenotime, xenolith, xyoid coal, ypresian, zeolite, zircon, meteoric

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Rock Puns

Welcome to the Punpedia entry on rock puns! 💎🏔 This entry has a lot in common with the geology puns entry, so head over there if you don’t find the perfect pun here.

Rock Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about rocks that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s the list of rock puns:

  • Rock: There are a few rock-based phrases/idioms that could be used as rock puns: “I’ve hit rock bottom” and “Between a rock and a hard place” and “(Someone) has rocks in his head” and “Rock the boat” and “Rock candy” and “Let’s rock and roll!” and “On the rocks” and “These puns rock!”
  • Stone: “Stepping stones” and”Leave no stone unturned” and “A heart of stone” and “Etched in stone” and “Rosetta Stone” and “Stone-cold sober” and “A stone’s throw away” and “Squeeze blood from a stone” and “People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones” and “Cast in stone
  • Nice → Gneiss: As in “Gneiss meeting you” and “Gneiss going!” and “No more Mr. Gneiss Guy”
  • Niece → Gneiss
  • Bolder → Boulder: As in “You need to be boulder during your presentations”
  • Solid: This can be slang for “good”, “excellent”, “cool” or similar – as in “Thanks, you did a solid job today.”
  • Crystallise: As in “The idea began to crystallise in my mind”
  • Crystal: “Crystal clear”
  • Gem: As in “There are a few gems amongst all these terrible rock puns.”
  • Concrete: As in “I haven’t got any concrete proof” and “What are the concrete goals of our mission?”
  • Granted → Granite: As in “You took me for granite
  • Pirate → Pyrite: As in “Downloading pyrited movies” and “Pyrites of the Caribbean”
  • Elementary → Sedimentary: As in “Sedimentary, my dear Watson.”
  • Slate: As in “Start with a clean slate
  • Sale → Shale: As in “They’re on shale – 50% off!” and “”
  • Shall → Shale: As in “Seek and ye shale find” and “Shale we dance?” and “Never the twain shale meet”
  • *rox* → *-rocks-*: Words that contain the “rox” sound can be turned into silly rock puns: app-rocks-imate (approximate), app-rocks-imation, p-rocks-imal, p-rocks-imity, hyd-rocks-ide (hydroxide), p-rocks-y (proxy).
  • *roc* → *-rock-*: Words that contain the “roc” sound (or something vaguely similar) can be turned into silly rock puns: brockoli, crockery, bu-rock-racy (bureaucracy), c-rock-odile, c-rock-odilian, Irock (Iraq), skyrocket, shamrock.
  • Sway → Rock: As in “They rocked back and forth slowly.”
  • Or → Ore: As in “All ore nothing” and “Am I right ore am I right?” and “Be there ore be square” and “Believe it ore not” and “Beg, borrow ore steal” and “Fay ore night” and “Come rain ore shine” and “Friend ore foe” and “Give ore take” and “Hit ore miss” and “Heads ore tails” and “Do ore die” and “Now ore never” and “Like it ore not” and “No ifs ore buts” and “More ore less” and “Ore what?” and “Rain ore shine” and “Trick ore treat” and “Thing ore two”
  • Hard: “Fall on hard times” and “A hard pill to swallow” and “Hard pressed” and “Feel hard done-by” and “Cold, hard cash” and “Hard luck” and “No hard feelings” and “The hard way” and “Play hard to get” and “Have a hard time” and “Old habits die hard” and “Take a long hard look at”
  • Pressure: As in “No pressure” and “Peer pressure” and “Under pressure
  • Sh*t → Schist: As in “You are completely full of schist” and “That’s bullschist” and “Eat schist and die”
  • Gist → Schist: As in “I think I get the schist of it”
  • Aggravate → Aggregate: As in “He was charged with aggregated assault”
  • Too far → Tufa: Tufa is a variety of limestone – “Mate, that was tufa. You should apologise.”
  • Two for → Tufa: “A tufa one deal”
  • Shirt → Chert: Chert is a type of hard, dark, opaque rock composed of silica. Some phrase examples: “Been there, done that, got the T-chert” and “You’ll have to eat your chert if your prediction is wrong” and “Keep your chert on!” and “A hair chert” and “Lose one’s chert
  • Cool → Coal: As in “I liked carbon before it was coal” and “Keep your coal” and “Coal bananas” and “Coal as a cucumber”
  • Cold → Coal: As in “Blood runs coal” and “In coal blood” and “Get coal feet” and “Coal reading” and “Left me out in the coal” and “Knocked out coal” and “Gave me the coal shoulder” and “Catch a coal
  • Ignores → Igneous: As in “He just igneous me whenever I try talking to him.”
  • Worry → Quarry: As in “I was quarried sick” and “Not to quarry
  • People → Pebble: As in “Power to the pebble” and “A pebble person” and “Draw pebble together” and “Of all pebble
  • Talk → Talc: As in “Talc is cheap” and “A pep talc” and “I don’t want to talc about it” and “Look who’s talcing!” and “Small talc” and “You’re all talc” and “Straight talc” and “Talc about a …” and “Talced my head off” and “Talc to the hand” and “Talc your ear off” and “Talc to hear your own voice” and “Talc some sense into” and “Talc down to” and “Pillow talc
  • Grain: “There is a grain of truth to what they’re saying” and “Going against the grain” and “Ain’t got a grain of sense” and “Take it with a grain of salt (or basalt)”
  • Again → A grain: “I tell him a grain and a grain, but he never listens.”
  • Polite → Pelite: Pelite is a very fine-grained sediment or sedimentary rock composed of clay or mud particles – “Pelite society”
  • Marble: “They’ve lost their marbles
  • Cobble: “I’m sure I could cobble something together”
  • Couple → Cobble: As in “How long have you two been a cobble?” and “They’re an odd cobble” and “A cobble of people have asked”
  • Petrify: “I was petrified
  • My car → Mica: The term “mica” refers to a group of sheet silicate minerals.
  • Tough → Tuff: The word tuff refers to a hard volcanic rock composed of compacted volcanic ash – “Tuff schist” and “A tuff act to follow” and “One tuff cookie” and “A tuff nut” and “Tuff luck” and “Do it tuff” and “Studying volcanoes can be tuff
  • Wack → Wacke: The term “wacke” refers to a type of sandstone.
  • Bed rock → Bedrock: As in “” and “”
  • Eroded: As in “It slowly eroded what was once a good relationship” and “”
  • God → Geode: As in “Holy mother of geode” and “Geode willing” and “An act of geode” and “Geode forbid!” and “Geode almighty!” and “Honest to geode” and “Thank geode” and “Ye geodes!” and “For geode’s sake”
  • Classic → Clastic: As in “That was a clastic rock pun.”
  • Platonic → Plutonic: As in “It’s just a plutonic relationship”
  • Chip: As in “Why not chip in and help?”
  • Metaphoric → Metamorphic: As in “Metamorphically speaking”
  • Jaded: The word “jaded” means “bored or lacking enthusiasm”, and “jade” is a hard green gem stone.
  • Courts → Quartz: As in “The quartz will probably find him guilty”
  • Course/Coarse → Quartz: As in “Of quartz it is!”
  • Salt → Basalt: As in “No need to rub basalt in my wounds” and “Worth one’s basalt
  • The salt → Basalt: “Pass basalt
  • Assault → Basalt: As in “It is was a basault on my senses”
  • Die alright → Diorite: “Dad, stop worrying. It’s just a geology expedition – I’m not going to diorite?”
  • Chalk: As in “Chalk it up to experience”
  • Talk → Chalk: As in “Chalk is cheap” and “A pep chalk” and “I don’t want to chalk about it” and “Look who’s chalking!” and “Small chalk
  • Cummingtonite: This is a type of rock. There’s an obvious adult-themed pun here that need not be made more explicit.
  • Bed rock → Bedrock
  • Evaporate →Evaporite: The term “evaporite” refers to a type of rock that’s formed when water evaporates away and leaves crystallised minerals.
  • Flinch → Flint-ch: “I didn’t even flintch
  • Fill it → Phyllite
  • A mile a night → A mylonite
  • Flew right → Fluorite: “Some of your jokes fluorite over my head”
  • I’ll bite → Albite: “Careful – albite!”
  • Conundrum → Corundum:  Corundum is an extremely hard aluminium oxide that’s often used as an abrasive. Ruby and sapphire are varieties of corundum. A conundrum is a confusing and difficult problem or question.
  • Grovel → Gravel: As in “They are gravelling at my feet”

Rock-Related Words

Here’s a list of rock-related concepts to help you come up with your own rock puns:

gneiss, stone, boulder, metamorphic, igneous, tufa, petrification, petrify, petrified, limestone, pebble, chert, basalt, whinstone, claystone, grain, mica, quartz, granite, granitic, chondrite, bedrock, achondrite, xenolith, tor, pumice, quartzite, sedimentary, snadstone, stonemason, soapstone, diorite, andesite, lodestone, menhir, ashlar, lithic, plutonic, monolith, flint, marble, crystal, crystallization, conglomerate, dolomite, gravel, milestone, epilithic, cobblestone, pyroclastic, rupestral, stonehenge, shingles, stony, granolith, pegmatite, mineral, sandstone, sedimentary, limestone, gemstone, cornerstone, quartzite, brick, stoneware, erosion, outcrop, lithosphere, jewellery, stonemason, phosphorite, rosetta stone, granular, gabbro, hard, solid, crack, fragment, coal, rhyolite, feldspar, andesite, batholith, gabbro, olivine, diorite, plagioclase, porphyritic, quartzite, diabase, dolerite, hornfels, pyroxine, evaporite, phyllite, peridotite, aphanitic, aphanite, tufa, ashlar, flint, argonite, cummingtonite, corundum

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Snow Puns

Welcome to the Punpedia entry on snow puns! ❄☃🌨 Whether you’re in search of the perfect silly instagram caption, a name for your snowboarding crew, or whatever else, we hope this entry is useful to you 🙂 Most of the puns in this list could also be used as winter puns, and general cold-related puns. Enjoy!

Snow Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about snow that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s the list of snow puns:

  • So → Snow: As in “And snow on and snow forth” and “As it snow happens” and “Every snow often” and “Go snow far as to” and “I told you snow” and “I suppose snow” and “Say it ain’t snow” and “Snow much for that” and  “Snow what?” and “Is that snow?” and “Without snow much as a” and “Snow long, friend”
  • Rude of → Rudolf: As in “How Rudolf you to say that.”
  • Help → Alp: As in “Can I Alp you?” and “Alp yourself” and “A cry for Alp
  • Ice: “Skating/walking on thin ice” and “Breaking the ice” and “Cut no ice with” and “Ice, ice, baby”
  • Power → Powder: As in “With great powder comes great responsibility” and  “Absolute powder corrupts absolutely” and “Gun powder” and “Girl powder” and “Powder to the people” and “Powder nap” and “Powder ups” and “Powder and glory”
  • Cold: “Cold shoulder” and “Cold calling” and “In cold blood” and “Leave (someone) out in the cold” and “Revenge is a dish best served cold” and “Stone cold sober” and “Take a cold hard look (at yourself)” and “The Cold War”
  • Know → Snow: As in “It takes one to snow one” and “For all I snow …” and “In the snow” and “I snow full well that …” and “Snow thy enemy” and “You snow the drill”
  • First → Frost: As in “At frost glance” and “Cast the frost stone” and “Frost come, frost served” and “Frost and foremost” and “Frost impressions” and “Frost port of call” and “Frost things frost” and “Don’t know the frost thing about …” and “Frost in, best dressed”
  • Sled → Led: As in “It sled us to the wrong conclusion” and “He’s easily sled
  • Slay → Sleigh: As in “The knight who sleighed the dragon”
  • Slash → Slush: As in “Prices have been slushed
  • Phrase → Freeze: As in “Coin a freeze” and “Turn of freeze
  • It’s leet → Sleet: The term “sleet” refers to partially melted snow (or snow mixed with rain). The term “leet” (or l33t) is short for “elite” in internet slang.
  • Weather: As in “I’ve been under the weather” and “Weather out the storm”
  • Whether → Weather: As in “I don’t know weather …”
  • Hail: As in “All hail the glorious leader”
  • Slope: As in “That’s a slippery slope
  • Why’d → White: As in “White you do that?”
  • Wide → White: As in “Eyes white open” and “Whole white world” and “I searched far and white
  • Rhyme → Rime: As in “Neither rime nor reason”
  • Snowflake: This is used as a slang insult to suggest that someone is physically or mentally frail.
  • Pissed → Piste: As in “He can’t drive – he’s piste” and “I’m just really piste off right now”. A piste is a ski run of compacted snow.
  • I’ll pine → Alpine: As in “Alpine for you while you’re gone” – to “pine” means to “miss and long for the return of”.
  • Have (a) lunch → Avalanche: As in “We’re going to avalanche at the new restaurant.”
  • Have a launch → Avalanche: As in “Are you going to avalanche party?”
  • *s no → *s snow: As in “There’s snow easy way to say it” and “It’s snow problem at all.”
  • So bored → Snow board
  • Edward Snowden or Edward Snowed In
  • I see → Icy: As in “Icey what you did there.” and “Icey dead people.”
  • I see → I ski: See above.
  • What are → Water: As in “Water you doing out so late tonight?” and “Water you doing tomorrow?”
  • What are we → Watery: As in “Watery going to do?” and “Watery doing today, friends?”
  • Do you → Dew: As in “Dew want to grab a coffee some time?” and “How dew do?”
  • *hale → *hail: As in “Inhail deeply, then exhail slowly.”
  • Flake: As in “He’s very flakey – he probably won’t show up.” and “Cornflakes aren’t all that healthy.”
  • I s* → Ice s*: Any phrase which has the word “I” and word after it which begins with “s” can be made into an ice pun. Here are a couple of examples: “Ice see dead people.” and “And ice stood there for a moment, completely stunned.” and “Ice simply have no idea.”
  • Whiteout: This refers to a blizzard, especially in polar regions, that reduces visibility to near zero. It also refers to the special liquid used to correct errors that are written in pen. This double meaning might be used for a snow pun in the right context.
  • Saw → Thaw: As in “I came, I thaw, I conquered”
  • Very slow → Glacial: As in “The official described progress in the talks as glacial

Snow-Related Words

Here’s a list of snow-related concepts to help you come up with your own snow puns:

snowy, ice, precipitation, snowfall, snowflake, water, wind, blizzard, hail, flake, snowy, cloud, sleet, avalanche, snow man, whiteout, snow flurry, graupel, rain, weather, snowmobile, winter, fog, melting, snowshoes, snowball, glacier, meltwater, snowscape, snowfield, slopes, snowcap, snowplow, slush, slushy, crystal, atmosphere, flurry, snow storm, thaw, igloo, ski, white, sled, toboggan, sleigh, snowboard, powder, snowed in, tire chain, sledging, snow angel, shovel, frost, snow bank, black ice, icicle, rime, froze, frozen, freeze, freezing, hailstorm, permafrost, Jack Frost, glacial, floe, white christmas, icy, pack ice, snow mobile

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