Definition of Snabbled
1. snabble [v] - See also: snabble
Lexicographical Neighbors of Snabbled
Literary usage of Snabbled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Musa Pedestris: Three Centuries of Canting Songs and Slang Rhymes (1536-1896) by John Stephen Farmer (1896)
"II He broke thro' all rubbs in the whitt, And chiv'd his darbies in twain; But fileing of a rumbo ken, My Boman is snabbled again. ..."
2. A Pedlar's Pack of Ballads and Songs: With Illustrative Notes by William Hugh Logan, James Maidment (1869)
"... But filing of a Rumbo-Ken, My Bowman is snabbled again. I, Frisky Moll, with my Rum Cull, Would suck in a Boozing Ken ..."
3. "Polly Peachum": Being the Story of Lavinia Fenton (duchess of Bolton) and by Charles E. Pearce (1913)
"But fileing (breaking into) in a rumbo ken (pawnbroker's My Boman is snabbled (imprisoned) again. shop) "A ..."
4. A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue by Francis Grose (1785)
"... or snabbled, killed in battle. SMACK, to kiss; I had a smack at her muns, I kissed her mouth; to smack calves skin, to kiss the book, ie to take an oath ..."