Definition of Snacked

1. Verb. (past of snack) ¹



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Definition of Snacked

1. snack [v] - See also: snack

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snacked

snRNAs
snRNP
snab
snabble
snabbled
snabbles
snabbling
snabs
snack
snack bar
snack bars
snack counter
snack down
snack food
snackable
snacked (current term)
snacker
snackeries
snackers
snackery
snackette
snackettes
snackfood
snackfoods
snacking
snackless
snacklike
snackmaker
snackmakers
snacks

Literary usage of Snacked

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1. A Summer and Winter on Hudson Bay by Charles Kenneth Leith, Arthur T. Leith (1912)
"We snacked at his tent and his blind son played for us on the violin. From the feathers scattered about it was apparent that white owls are an important ..."

2. The Cyclopædia of Wit and Humor: Containing Choice and Characteristic by William Evans Burton (1858)
"... that made him stoker against the wall, and snacked the good new farthing tobacco- pipe, that James was taking his first whin* out of; crying, ..."

3. The Little Minister by James Matthew Barrie (1898)
"... "and in the tail o' the day ane o' them snacked him up. Billies, did you ever hear o' a minister being refused ? " "Never." " Weel, then, I have; ..."

4. The Little Minister by James Matthew Barrie (1898)
"... "and in the tail o' the day ane o' them snacked him up. Billies, did you ever hear o' a minister being refused ?" "Never." " Weel, then, I have; ..."

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