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snaffle

  • To borrow. Usually applied to a small and/or insignificant item. The implication is sometimes that the item may not be returned for the foreseeable future, e.g. "He's got a new stapler wasn't using his old one, so I snaffled it."
    Can I snaffle that, please?

    Last edited on Feb 06 2003. Submitted by Ceri from Surrey, UK on Feb 06 2003.

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snaggle tooth

  • teeth that are very crooked.
    That girl is cute but she has bad snaggle tooth.

    Last edited on Nov 14 2005. Submitted by matt w. from Orlando, FL, USA on Nov 14 2005.

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snag out

  • Making out
    They were really "snagging out.

    Last edited on Jan 11 2004. Submitted by Terry T. from Lukachukai, AZ, USA on Jan 11 2004.

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snags

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snail

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snail, the

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  • a humorous response to an attempted fist bump whereby the attempted fist bump receiver does not reciprocate, but rather moves their hand directly underneath the fist, palm down, and raises the first two fingers.

    The result is the snail's shell (the fist) with body (the flat palm-down hand) and antennae (the raised fingers.)

    See here for a photograph.

    Last edited on Jul 25 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Feb 03 2010.

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