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snare2 any of the adjustable strings or wires that are stretched over the bottom skin of a snare drum.
snare drum a small double-headed drum fitted with snares, or wires, stretched across the lower head that make a rattling or reverberating sound.
snark sarcastic, mocking, and often irreverent criticism. [2 definitions]
snarky impertinently mocking or critical; snide. [2 definitions]
snarl1 of a dog or other animal, to growl in a threatening or vicious way, esp. with bared teeth. [5 definitions]
snarl2 a tangle or mat, esp. of hair, thread, fishing line, or the like. [5 definitions]
snatch to seize or try to seize something, esp. with a quick or sudden movement (usu. fol. by at). [8 definitions]
snatchy happening in, consisting of, or characterized by snatches; disconnected; spasmodic or irregular.
snazzy (slang) attractive, stylish; flashy.
sneak to move quietly and stealthily. [4 definitions]
sneaker a cloth or leather sports shoe with a sole made of rubber or similar material.
sneak in to enter a place quietly and secretly.
sneaking underhanded, furtive, or stealthy. [3 definitions]
sneak out to leave a place secretly.
sneak preview a single advance screening of a motion picture, usu. done to evaluate the reaction of the audience.
sneak thief a burglar who enters without breaking in, usu. through an open door or window.
sneaky of or like a sneak; furtive or underhanded.
sneer to smile or move one's mouth in a scornful way, esp. by curling the upper lip. [5 definitions]
sneeze to release a sudden, involuntary burst of air through the mouth and nose, often because of a nasal irritation. [2 definitions]
sneeze at (informal) to treat lightly or with scorn.
snell a short piece of monofilament or the like used to attach a fishhook to a fishing line.