Definition of Snars
1. snar [v] - See also: snar
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snars
snars (current term)
snatch and run
snatch and runs
Literary usage of Snars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Yorkshire Folk-talk: With Characteristics of Those who Speak it in the North by Marmaduke Charles Frederick Morris (1892)
"This is a ploughing field, and although it has been for some time under cultivation, there are still so many old stumps or snars that the plough is ..."
2. Publications by Spalding Club, Aberdeen (1863)
"To remember him befor God, that he may be kept from snars upon the one hand, and myself on the other, and both of us from snars on the right hand and the ..."
3. Euripides by Euripides, Gilbert Murray, Aristophanes (1906)
"Not in vain 1 called thee Father ; thou hast heard my prayer ! How did he die r Speak on. Plow closed the snars Of Heaven to sl::y the shamer of my blood ? ..."
4. The History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies by Bryan Edwards (1806)
"... that foreigners are discouraged from resorting to it, and, since some late seizure?, consider the law as a snars to invite them to ruin. ..."
5. The Iron Chest: A Play, in Three Acts by George Colman (1808)
"I can wire hares, snars partridges, shoot a buck, and smuggle brandy, for you, madam. Helen. Fie on you, knave! 'Twere"fitter to turn you over to the ..."
6. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by William Smith (1859)
"... or with their eyes covered or put out, were confined in a net, in order tbat their cries might allure others into the snars. (Aristoph. Av, 1083. ..."