slush ball

slush ball

[′sləsh ‚bȯl]
(hydrology)
An extremely compact accretion of snow, frazil, and ice particles.
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Two weeks ago, after again finding his stockpile of snowballs missing, Henry managed to hold out for a little while behind his barricade of snow and tree branches, but it was two of Dan's signature ice balls and a final humiliating slush ball that did him in.
I hope she has the opportunity, and I want to crown her with a slush ball before she heads home, though I probably won't get that chance.
Getting the only good snow just as spring break was ending was kind of like getting hit in the face with a slush ball.