Definition of Snabs
1. snab [n] - See also: snab
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Literary usage of Snabs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1884)
"JR Creighton, The snabs, Scotby. WD Crewdson, Kendal. CJ Cropper, Tolson Hall, Kendal. JF Crosthwaite, Keswick. \VIR Crowder, Stanwix. ..."
2. The Statistical Account of Scotland: Drawn Up from the Communications of the by John Sinclair (1797)
"... and ends .11 a bluff point, at a place called the snabs of Drimmie, about 3 miles from its beginning, below'which, and between it and the river Tay, ..."
3. The Lake Counties by William Gershom Collingwood (1902)
"But all the fells, bells, pikes, howes, nabs, snabs, sides, seats, and moors are Norse or English. Of village names most are Norse thwaites, ..."
4. Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography, Staistical by Francis Hindes Groome (1884)
"... bank or low ridge goes thence north-westward, bears on its summit Longforgan village, and ends somewhat abruptly at the snabs of Drimmie (177 feet). ..."