Definition of Snack counter
1. Noun. Usually inexpensive bar.
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Literary usage of Snack counter
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1. Smart Architecture by Ed van Hinte (2003)
"It is these that the firm seeks to understand and intensify. zwarte roodstaart I)burg snack counter IJburg snack counter is a sort of fast-food vending ..."
2. Poker Without Cards: A Consciousness Thriller by Ben Mack (2005)
"When I saw Bucky next, he was at the snack counter asking for Camel flavored nicotine. Then he went back to a blanket where he was selling books. ..."
3. Old Judge Priest by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb (1916)
"I don't know what they call 'em by name; but it certainly oughter be ag'inst the law to leave 'em settin' round on a snack counter where folks kin ..."